In most cases, yes. However, these states currently do not have an affiliation with the AAMA:
- Rhode Island
- West Virginia
If you live in one of these states, you would join the AAMA as a "member-at-large" and would not belong to a state society or local chapter.
Also, if you live within an affiliated state, but your residence is not within the service area of any local chapters, you would join as a member-at-large with a national and state affiliation. As a member-at-large, you would enjoy all of the national features and benefits available. Find out whether or not you would be a member of a local chapter.