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If you are moving to another state, the NASAA indicates that your Series 63 can be transferred. Note that you must become registered with another member firm or self-regulatory organization within 2 years of your examination date or termination of employment (whichever occurred most recently).

For more information on a particular state's policies regarding Series 63 registration,
click here to contact the appropriate authority.

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