Transferring to JLLI

TRANSFER

Only Provisional, Active and Sustaining members of Junior Leagues shall have the privilege of transferring membership from one Junior League to another. The privilege of transfer need not extend to a person who has been dropped or expelled from membership by the Junior League to which the transfer is desired. An individual member of the Junior League who transfers to another Junior League shall be granted status in the receiving Junior League consistent with the specification of membership classification established by the receiving Junior League.

A Provisional member who transfers has the right to complete the training for effective community and Junior League involvement as determined by the receiving Junior League. An Active member may transfer to another Junior League only in a membership classification determined by the age restrictions of the receiving Junior League. An    Active member who transfers shall be required to adhere to any such requirements for minimum years of service of the receiving League.

A Sustaining member may transfer to another Junior League in the Sustaining category of membership.

The receiving League must complete and acknowledge the transfer of membership within 90 days of receipt of the transfer card.

Provisional, Active and Sustaining members pay dues to the Junior League to which they belong on April 1. A member whose written request for a transfer is postmarked between April 1 and October 1 will receive a refund of 50% of the annual dues of the sending Junior League, exclusive of the Association per capita dues. The receiving League may then collect no more than 50% of its dues, exclusive of the Association per capita dues.

A member whose written request for a transfer is postmarked after October 1, will not be entitled to any refund of dues from the sending Junior League and the receiving Junior League will collect no dues from such incoming member.

The transfer privilege shall not apply to members admitted under the exception stated in Article II A. Section 2. of the Association’s bylaws

INTER-LEAGUE

Provisional, Active and Sustaining members as described in the Bylaws of the Association, who will be residing temporarily in the area of another Junior League, and who so formally request, shall be granted the Inter-League privilege for a period not to exceed one year. The sending Junior League may extend the period for one additional year.

An individual member of a Junior League granted the Inter-League privilege shall comply with the requirements of the receiving Junior League and the member shall be entitled to all privileges of membership as determined by the receiving Junior League. The member shall be listed as a member of and pay dues to the sending Junior League which shall have final responsibility for the member in all matters. The Inter-League privilege shall not apply to members admitted under the exception stated in Article II A. Section 2. of the Association’s bylaws.

SEASONAL INTER-LEAGUE

A Sustaining member who resides for a portion of the year near the member’s Junior League and a portion of the year near another Junior League, and who so formally requests, shall be granted the seasonal Inter-League privilege. This privilege permits the Sustaining member to participate in the Junior League in whichever area the member is currently residing.

A Sustaining member may hold the seasonal Inter-League privilege in more than one Junior League at a time. The seasonal Inter-League privilege may be extended for an unlimited period of time. The Sustaining member shall be listed as a member of and shall pay annual dues to the sending League that shall have the final responsibility for the member in all matters. The member shall pay to the receiving League an annual seasonal Inter-League fee of an amount not to exceed the difference between the receiving League’s Sustaining dues and the Association’s per capita dues.

A Sustaining member granted the seasonal Inter-League privilege shall comply with the requirements of the Junior League in whose area she is currently residing. The seasonal Inter-League privilege shall not apply to members admitted under the exception stated in Article IIA Section 2 of the Association’s bylaws.

NON-RESIDENT

Active and Sustaining members who are living at a distance from their Junior League sufficient to make fulfillment of the volunteer service or other requirements impossible at least nine months in each year, and who so formally request, shall be granted the non-resident privilege. Active Non-Resident applications from Long Island residents must be approved by the Nominating/Placement Committee. Non-resident members may not vote or hold office. Non-Resident Active and Sustaining members who live in an area where there is not a Junior League may retain the privilege indefinitely.