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I've registered with Apple for a Paid applications contract about a year ago and the contract renewal is due in late June.

Since the initial application (registering as an individual) was done manually (and sent via Fax - as a Greek national), I'm not sure about the renewal process.

  • Is the procedure automatic?
  • Will I be notified (hopefully) in time by Apple itself so that I resubmit my initial subscription application or what?
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I think this question is off topic if you check our FAQ. I flag the question in this sense. – Ermiar May 18 '12 at 13:56
@Ermiar I understand that. Any ideas where it might be on-topic? I really can't find an answer to this, anywhere... – Dr.Kameleon May 18 '12 at 14:05
I think you can ask the question on Stackoverflow, there are several question about Apple developer program. Hope this helps ! – Ermiar May 18 '12 at 15:05
Since you are currently a developer, ask this from apple directly from the developer portal. Even if most developers don't have to renew each year, only Apple can tell you if you will need to do anything other than just pay to renew. – Daniel May 18 '12 at 16:48
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Don't worry. You will receive instructions by email. You'll have to refill the form with your CC info and fax it again (I'm in BG, done this twice already).

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I'm in the US, and I've registered online. Contrary to what one might think, even online renewal is not automatic. I believe, as mspasov said, you should receive an email from Apple Developer with more information on renewal.

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