Nevada Resident Agent Service for $49 a year.
If you’re doing a Nevada corporation, a Nevada LLC, registering an out of state entity in Nevada for a certificate of authority or certificate of registration, or you are just getting ready to incorporate in Nevada, you’ll need a Nevada resident agent. Your Nevada resident agent (now called a NV registered agent), must have a physical address in Nevada and be open during normal business hours to accept service of process on your behalf. A resident agent can also be designated a commercial resident agent, but the only real difference is that a commercial resident agent pays a yearly fee to the Nevada Secretary of State and has access to preprinted state lists.
We are a Nevada resident agent service that helps out of state businesses register to do business in Nevada, and helps keep local Nevada businesses in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State by acting as your Resident agent. We will send you timely reminders to file your Nevada annual reports, and you can always track your due dates in your online resident agent account.
In Nevada, the Secretary of State does not require that signatures on documents be originals. We do have to sign your forms as your resident agent. If you sign up for service you’ll receive all the necessary forms signed and pre-populated with our Nevada resident agent information on them to make your filings with the Nevada Corporation Commission immediately. You will have what you need, AND understand what to do with it, in less than 10 minutes.
With our Nevada resident agent service:
You’ll also receive timely reminders to file your annual report, have a login into our database to see any documents we receive on your behalf, and get an email at the end of your service asking you if you’d like to renew. All service of process and important documents are uploaded into your online account immediately in full scan. It’s that simple.
HAVE AN OUT OF STATE CORPORATION OR LLC THAT NEEDS TO DO BUSINESS IN NEVADA?
Foreign Nevada LLCs have a $75 filing fee. The filing fee for foreign corporations is based on the value of the total number of authorized shares stated in the Articles of Incorporation, and ranges from $75 for less than $75,000 in authorized shares to a maximum of $35,000. Corporations and LLCs must have a Nevada resident agent and the resident agent must have a certified copy of the articles of incorporation (requiring an additional $30 fee) in their office.
When filing a certificate of authority as a foreign corporation in Nevada, you need to get a certified copy of the articles of incorporation and any amendments, and a Certificate of Good Standing from your home state dated within 90 days. Foreign LLCs do not need anything. Here is a list of home state fees from some of the common states that people are from:
- California: $5
- Oregon: $10
- Arizona: $45
Foreign corporations must also publish assets in a newspaper in the county in which your resident agent resides. LLCs are not required to publish.
A Nevada LLC has a $75 filing fee. The filing fee for a Nevada corporation is based on the value of the total number of authorized shares and ranges from $75 for less than $75,000 in authorized shares to a maximum of $35,000. All domestic Nevada entities must maintain a Nevada resident agent.
You can make these filings for corporations and LLCs in person, by fax, by email or by mailing the forms and a check payment to the Nevada New Filings Division at the address listed above. Online filing is only available for domestic entities. Upon signing up for Nevada Resident agent service, you’ll see all the necessary forms you need to make your filing, pre-populated with our Nevada resident agent information, in your online account.
We also have some valuable Nevada Tax info for you as well.
Once registered to do business in Nevada, LLCs and corporations are required to file an initial statement of information costing $150 and pay the Nevada business registration tax ($500 for corporations or $200 for LLCs) within 30 days of filing. Annual reports (annual lists) are then due on the last day of the anniversary month of filing. Most annual lists cost $150, but the fee for corporations varies according to the number of shares. The initial and annual report can be filed online.
Domestic Nevada corporations and LLCs filed online are usually processed immediately, but Nevada is currently experiencing long wait times for business filings because of problems with its new processing system. Currently, the standard filing time for domestic and foreign LLCs and corporations can be up to 30 business days. You can pay an additional $125 and get 7-day expedited processing.
We would love to have your business, and it actually means something to us. We’re not a huge company, but we have the resources in place to make sure we stay at the top of our game. You can get the President on the phone at any time, and our paralegals should be able to answer any question you might have about Nevada resident agents, and starting a business in Nevada. Every company in Nevada is required to maintain a Nevada registered agent and Nevada registered office. We can accomplish this for you, and you won’t have a bunch of red tape and hidden fees with us. We just need your contact information so we know how to forward anything to you, and how to get a hold of you, when we need to. Thank you for your time and the opportunity to serve you.