Unless you plan on registering both parents with CFA (and they can have dual registration) the kittens will not be able to be registered, if I am not mistaken. To register the TICA cat with CFA you will need an 8 generation certified pedigree. Breeding to a exotic longhair is acceptable if you don’t mind having the exotic prefix. They are technically not considered Persians, but exotics. I could get flamed by Persian or Exotic purists, but I believe exotics ARE Persians and the 2 breeds should be merged- having a long hair and a short hair division. Genetically, the long hair exotic and the Persian are identical. This said, when I was looking for a new stud a few years ago, I wouldn’t consider a long haired exotic- but that was personal preference.