SECTION A. PROCEDURE IN TRANSFERRING MEMBERSHIP 

Any member who is in good standing and whose current dues have been paid is eligible for transfer from one Chapter to another. A transfer may be effected as follows:

1. TRANSFER APPLICATION: 

The member seeking transfer shall file an application in writing to the Secretary of the Chapter to which he desires to transfer. A copy of the transfer application shall be forwarded to the Chapter from which he is transferring.

2. PAYMENT OF DUES: 

The application shall be accompanied by current dues, if not already paid to the old Chapter. Members suspended for nonpayment of Chapter dues must reinstate and transfer into the new Chapter either by the reinstatement process as set forth in the AHEPA CONSTITUTION and AHEPA BYLAWS, or by full payment of all back Chapter dues to the new Chapter. If retention of membership is by full payment of back Chapter dues, such full payments will be remitted to AHEPA Headquarters which in turn will remit to the old Chapter the delinquent dues of the transferring member.

3. HEADQUARTERS NOTIFICATION: 

The Secretary of the Chapter receiving a member by transfer shall, in writing, so notify AHEPA Headquarters.

4. APPROVAL: 

A transfer shall be approved by a majority vote at any regular meeting of the Chapter to which the transfer is sought.

5. TRANSFER RESTRICTIONS: 

Any member may transfer to another Chapter, even within the same city, except that no member may transfer more than once within a two (2)-year period unless he has moved his place of residence to another city.

SECTION B. TRANSFERS FROM INACTIVE CHAPTERS 

Members of inactive Chapters may transfer their membership to active Chapters by following the procedure prescribed in the preceding SECTION A of this ARTICLE 6 on certification by the Supreme Lodge to the Chapter accepting the transferees that they have been duly initiated into the AHEPA.

SECTION C. DUPLICATION OF MEMBERSHIP FORBIDDEN 

Duplication of membership in the AHEPA is hereby forbidden. No person can be a bona fide member in good standing of more than one Chapter.