I would ask an attorney in Nevada, not one in California. You may have inadvertently posted this to California criminal defense attorneys - California law is not the same as Nevada on all things and in something as important as this, I'd ask a Nevada lawyer to make sure you get it right. Good luck.
You would have received notification on release from the Brig that you are required to register.
It is true that the conviction is not final until all appeals are complete.
However, you are still considered to have a conviction.
Some states wait for completion of appeals, some don't. Those that don't have rules of getting a registration changed.
So, as already suggested, contact a lawyer in your jurisdiction who has experience about registration.
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If you live in Nevada, then you must comply with the laws within the state of Nevada. If you live in California, then you must comply with those laws. Living in California and registering in Nevada believing that you don't need to register in California will be bad news. This really is a question for your attorney. I'm certain you weren't court martial'd without one. Good luck.
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