Nevada Registered Agent

A local Nevada registered agent is required when forming a business in Nevada.

What is a Nevada registered agent?

A Nevada registered agent can be either an organization or an individual resident of the state. You furnish the registered agent name and address on your corporate paperwork with the state. The NV registered agent is responsible for receiving annual report notices and legal notices on your behalf, and forwarding them to your organization. Nevada registered agents must have a physical location in Nevada and be present at that address during normal business hours. Typically a deputy or process server will deliver the legal service of process to the Nevada resident agent’s address. Attorneys may also deliver some court papers by certified mail to the Nevada registered agent at the registered office address, and that will be legal proof that you have been served, whether your registered agent delivers it to your company or not. Accordingly, you need a dependable registered agent.

It is a Nevada registered agent’s duty is to be available at the address listed as the NV registered office address during normal business hours. All official documents from the state will be sent to the Nevada resident agent’s address.

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What types of businesses are required to have Nevada registered agents?

Domestic and foreign corporations, professional corporations, nonprofit corporations, domestic and foreign LLCs, professional LLCs, plus Business Trusts and LPs, LLPs and LLLPs must maintain a registered agent with the NV Secretary of State.

How do we handle items we receive as your Nevada resident agent?

We scan all legal notices; annual report notices and other official papers received, and upload them into your online account locally in Nevada. You receive immediate email notification of any document uploaded into your Nevada resident agent’s account.

As an added Nevada resident agent service, we track your Nevada annual report (referred to as annual list of officers in Nevada) due date and send you reminders with instructions for filing your report in a timely manner with the State of Nevada Secretary of State.

How do you change your registered agent in Nevada?

Nevada offers one convenient change form for all entities; Statement of Change of Registered Agent by Represented Entity and Registered Agent Acceptance. The acceptance must be signed by the registered agent, but it does not need to be an original signature. File the statement of change in person or by mail with a $60 filing fee.

Benefits of hiring Resident Agent LLC as your Nevada registered agent service provider:

You can order online for Nevada registered agent service in all 51 jurisdictions or add states in your online account at any time.