If you've paid for your membership on Foireann but still see an amber status with "Fees Due," this article provides an explanation of what this means and how to resolve it.
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Why does my membership say 'Fees Due'?
Registering with LGFA, Camogie, or the Handball Association involves a multi-step process. After you register with your club by paying your membership, your membership will appear with an amber triangle showing a 'Fees Due' message. This is expected behaviour and you have nothing to worry about, as a club member you have completed your step and it is now up to your club to pay the Association fees for your membership.
Note: The LGFA, Camogie and Handball Associations have additional fees compared to the GAA Association
The examples above show the different scenarios you can face when paying your membership for LGFA, Camogie or Handball. After your club pays the association fees for Camogie or Handball your membership chip will update to 'Paid'. When LGFA association fees are paid it will update to 'Awaiting Approval' this is an additional step that the LGFA association have in place, when approved your membership will show as 'Paid'.
How to resolve 'Fees Due' on your membership
Only members with club administrator access on Foireann will be able to resolve the 'Fees Due' message on membership chips. If you have administrator access on Foireann check out the following articles on how to pay association fees: