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Do state securities regulators require an individual applying to register as an Investment Adviser Representative to submit a fingerprint card?

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Although most state securities regulators do not require an investment adviser representative only applicant to submit fingerprint cards, the state securities regulators for Alaska, Arizona, District of Columbia, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Maine and Ohio require fingerprint cards when registering as an investment adviser representative. In order to confirm whether a fingerprint card is required, an investment adviser representative applicant should review the most recent investment adviser representative registration requirements published by the applicable state securities regulator where he or she is requesting registration.

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