Typically the companies using DealMaker are issuing securities that are a “primary issuance from the company’s treasury” so the broker should code it as such. They are a bit different than securities that are being purchased from another person over a stock exchange. If the company is a private company sometimes this can be difficult to register in a trading account (vs a publicly-traded company that has a stock ticker symbol). Also, a US broker may not be able to register a public company security if the company is traded only in Canada.
Your broker should be able to complete the registration with advice from the company and their counsel. DealMaker is not offering the securities and plays no role in registration. We are just a software company.
If you are unable to get your securities registered with your brokerage you can always register them individually and deposit them later. Click here for more information.