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Can an applicant for registration file an application without proof of having passed a proficiency examination?

Yes, but registration will not be granted until NFA receives evidence from FINRA that the applicant has passed an appropriate proficiency examination. Under the temporary licensing rules, a temporary license that was granted pending receipt of the proficiency examination results will be withdrawn if the results are not received within 20 days of the filing of the application.

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