Registered Agents in Nevada (NV)
If you are interested in starting a business in the state of Nevada, one of the biggest responsibilities you will have is to assign a “registered agent”, or sometimes known as a “resident agent”. Registered agents in Nevada are responsible for receiving all official documents and such as service of process and forwarding them to your company.
It is required by the State of Nevada that they are able to reach your company, whether it is to deliver tax files, legal summons, or even a lawsuit. Managing these means of communication is critical to the long-term growth of your company, and most easily handled by a Nevada resident agent.
National Registered Agent, Inc. (NRAI) is a provider of knowledgeable registered agent (resident agent) services in the state of Nevada. Our extensive team of Nevada registered agents has had more than ten years of experience working with the laws of Nevada State and can help ensure that your company remains fully compliant with all state regulations and obligations. Maintaining “good standing” with the state and enabling the prosperity and longevity of your company.
With NRAI as your Nevada registered agent, we will make this process hassle-free and as easy as possible, so you can focus your time on operating your business.
If you want to learn more about what NRAI can do, please call (800) 520-6724 for a consultation with one of your customer service representatives. NRAI will customize our service to make sure your business gets the solution that it needs. If you already have designated a Nevada resident agent, contact us to see what premium services we can offer.
If you are looking to form a new company (domestic) in the state of Nevada or register an out-of-state company (foreign) to operate in Nevada, you will need to designate a resident agent in Nevada to represent your company. Below are some guidelines about forming common business entities in the state of Nevada.
Forming a Domestic Limited Liability Company in Nevada
The name you select for your LLC in Nevada must contain the words, “Limited Liability Company,” or one of the abbreviations: “L.L.C.” or “LLC.” You must designate a registered agent in Nevada (resident agent) and a registered office where your company will receive service of process from the state. There is a $75 filing fee ($125 for expedited service) for Application of Registration, $30 for certification fee, and $125 filing fee for the initial List of Managers of Members. Checks must be made payable to the Nevada Secretary of State.
Registering a Nevada Foreign Limited Liability Company
The name you select for your LLC in Nevada must meet the same standards as domestic LLCs (see above). You must also, again, designate a Nevada registered agent and a registered office where your company will receive service of process from the state. You must submit two executed copies of Application for Registration of Foreign Limited Liability Company, and two executed copies of the Certificate of Acceptance of the Agent for Service of Process, signed by the agent. There is a $75 filing fee ($125 for expedited service) for Application of Registration, and $125 filing fee for the initial List of Managers of Members. Checks must be made payable to the Nevada Secretary of State.
Forming a Domestic Corporation in Nevada
The name you select for your corporation in Nevada must contain one of the following words: "corporation," "incorporated," "limited," "corp.," "inc.," or "ltd." Designate a Nevada resident agent (registered agent) and a registered office where your company will receive service of process from the state. You must also submit to the Secretary of State one executed copy and one copy of the Articles of Incorporation and one executed and one conformed copy of Certificate of Acceptance signed by the registered agent (resident agent). The certification fee for Articles of Incorporation will be $30 and a fee of minimum of $75 for filing Articles of Incorporation.
Registering a Foreign Corporation in Nevada
The name you select for your foreign corporation must meet the same standards as domestic corporations (see above). Designate a registered agent in Nevada (resident agent) and a registered office where your company will receive service of process from the state. Send the NV Department of State a document that includes the following:
- The name of the corporation
- The name and title of the corporate officer submitting the statement.
- The mailing or street address of the corporation’s principal office
- The mailing or street address of the corporation’s office in the state, if one exists
- Total assets and liabilities of the corporation at the end of the year.
Submit a $125 fee for filing for the initial list of Officers, Directors and Agent. Make check payable to the Secretary of State.
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