In short, it depends. If you practise as a legal interpreter and translator (LIT) and reside in a country where there is no national or regional member of EULITA, then yes, you may apply as an individual. If, on the other hand, you practise as a LIT and reside in a country where there is a national or regional member, then membership of that association automatically confers membership of EULITA upon you, and individual membership is not available.1
Applications for associate membership are also welcome from legal interpreters and translators outside the EU, where national and regional associations are not eligible for full membership. Likewise, applications are welcome from legal practitioners in other fields, such as solicitors, advocates and others from both inside and outside the EU, provided they support the objectives and goals of EULITA and are willing to share in the exchange of best practices.
1 See the Constitution, Article 5, noting 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 and in particular 5.4.3, referring to Associate Members “Or they can be individuals from within or outside the EU, including those in member states where as yet no national or regional association exists”.