For a business name to become officially registered with the Alaska Secretary of the State, an LLC representative needs to send a completed copy of this form plus the $50.00 filing fee to the Division of Corporations, Business, and Professional Licensing.
A person who wants to verify the existence of an LLC in the State of Alabama should complete this form and mail it to the Secretary of State’s office. A filing fee of $10.00 is collected from the requesting individuals.
An LLC can apply for the renewal of their business name by sending a filled out copy of this form plus a $50.00 attachment to the Division of Corporations, Business, and Professional Licensing of the State of Alaska.
To apply for a duplicate name of a company, a representative should mail a filled out copy of this form to the office of Alabama’s Secretary of State. Prior to the submission, the appropriate processing fee must be attached to the form.
To renew a trademark in Alaska, concerned individual must submit a completed copy of this form plus the $50.00 filing fee to the Division of Corporations, Businesses, and Professional Licensing of the State of Alaska. [/hidden]
Formation of a Limited Partnership for a Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP) in Alabama requires the successful submission of a completed version of this form to the Probate Judge’s office.
Sending a completed copy of this form with attached $15.00 filing fee to the Arizona Secretary of State’s office will allow an individual to successfully register a trademark.
A resident of Arkansas can legally setup a non-profit corporation outside the State of Arkansas provided that s/he registers it with the Secretary of State. To register, the interested individual only needs to complete this form, attach the Certificate of Amendment, and then submit the documents to the Secretary of . . . Read more
To establish a non-profit corporation in the State of Arkansas, interested individual must register the corporation with the State of Arkansas. To register, a filled out copy of this form plus the Certificate of Amendment must be submitted to the office of the Secretary of State.
Submitting a completed copy of this form to the office of Arkansas’ Secretary of State will register a business for franchise taxation. A copy of the completed form must also be attached to the business owner’s Articles of Organization as proof of taxation compliance.