Membership

CSAAI is the premier association in California for the Allergy, Asthma and Immunology professional.  There are several different memberships available.  See the pricing and criterial listings below.  Once your ready to join, just click on an icon to begin the process.

Active Membership

 Must have the a Certification by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology,  and be a Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology

Associate Membership

Shall have completed a certified training program approved by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology

Affiliate Membership

Shall be full-time intern, residents or fellows in Allergy in a recognized medical center, hospital or teaching institute in the State of California.

Academic Membership

Must be engaged in full-time affiliation with an academic institution in allergy or immunology research or teaching.

Benefits of Membership

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CSAAI is the voice for Allergists of California

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CSAAI members receive a discount for CME credits

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CSAAI provides advocacy for California Allergists 

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CSAAI is represented at the AAAAI advocacy initiative, ACAAI & the Joint Council that deals with practical issues for allergists.

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CSAAI coordinates with other societies on any concerns that come up in allergy practice

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CSAAI has a Facebook forum used as a communication tool for allergists in the State of California.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING DUES:

501(c)(6) Association Lobbying and Deductibility of Members’ Dues

General

The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 provides that a member’s dues to a 501(c)(6) professional association are not deductible as business expenses to the extent of that association’s expenditures for lobbying (as compared to the association’s overall expenditures). For purposes of this Act, lobbying expenditures include not only communications with legislators and employees of legislative bodies, but also certain high level federal government officials. The definition of lobbying is also expanded to include the professional association’s research, preparation, planning and coordination to support attempts to influence legislation.

Notice to the Member

The 1993 Act requires professional associations to notify their members of the percentage of their dues are non-deductible as business expenses because of the association’s anticipated lobbying expenditures. In addition, the professional association must allocate all expenditures for federal and state lobbying against dues and similar income received by the association. 100% of CSAAI member dues are NON-DEDUCTIBLE.  

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CSAAI Office

Karol Anderson, Managing Director
4804 N.W. Bethany Boulevard, Suite I2-376
Portland, OR 97229
Phone: 503-330-9672 | Fax: 503-972-2178
karol@csaai.org

CSAAI

CSAAI Office
Phone: 503-330-9672
Fax: 503-972-2178
karol@csaai.org