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If you have the CFA, what FINRA exams do you automatically qualify for with out testing?

If you have the CFA, what FINRA exams do you automatically qualify for with out testing? 65? 66? 

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I think it depends on the state? I know in Florida holding the CFA Charter you are exempt from needing to take the 65 exam.

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Per: https://www.finra.org/industry/waiver-guidelines & https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/membership/benefits/waivers

  • Part 2 of Series 16 (L1)
  • Series 86 (L1 + L2)
  • Series 65 (Charterholders)
  • IARD State Competency exams (Charterholders)

I am dealing with this right now (or will be shortly).  Does anyone know how the process work?  Do you just apply for a waiver for the 65 and you are issued the license once it is approved?

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