Jurisdictions listed below and highlighted on the map, have adopted the AG EVEP and will recognize extensions of exams that are currently enrolled in the EVEP. Don’t see your state listed? Be sure to read the FAQs here.
Who will benefit from the EVEP?
Important: It is possible to enter the EVEP and receive no benefit from your participation. Please read more below.
Registered representatives and investment adviser representatives who opt in to the EVEP can extend the validity of their exams past the standard two years when not registered with a jurisdiction. This will benefit the individual when they reenter the industry and apply for registration in a jurisdiction that has opted in to the program. Please note, if the jurisdiction does not participate in the EVEP, your exam extension will not be recognized in that jurisdiction. See a list of participating jurisdictions here.
If my home state has not adopted the model rule, can I still join the EVEP?
Yes. If you meet all eligibility requirements to join the EVEP, you can enroll even though your home state has not adopted the rule. Please note, if the jurisdiction does not participate in the EVEP at the time you reenter the industry, your exam extension will not be recognized in that jurisdiction. See a list of participating jurisdictions here.
The jurisdictions listed below have adopted the AG EVEP Model Rule and will recognize exam extensions under the AG EVEP program. Please note, this list will be updated as new information becomes available.