Are you looking for a registered agent to represent your company in the State of Alaska? National Registered Agents, Inc is a professional registered agent company who has a stable and proven network of Registered Agents across the country. NRAI has a track record of excellence in serving all kinds of companies large and small, foreign and domestic, corporations and limited liability companies. Designating NRAI as your registered agent gives business owners the peace of mind that their company's Service of Process needs will be handled quickly and efficiently.
A registered agent is responsible for receiving any "service of process" the state or other party may deliver to your company, including important documents such as notices, filing deadlines and, in some cases, notices of a lawsuit. Making sure you receive these notices consistently and with ample time to respond is imperative.
In addition to Alaska, NRAI also has teams of trusted experts in all 50 states, with specialty experience in the respective state compliance requirements. If and when you decide to expand your business beyond Alaska, we can connect you with our quality specialists in the state(s) of your choice. Designating NRAI as your trusted agent in multiple states can also help simplify your management responsibilities.
If you would like to talk to our friendly account representatives in person, call us at (800) 520-6724. You can also obtain a quote by visiting us at www.registeredagent.com. If you've already designated a registered agent but would like to switch to NRAI, we can help you make a quick and easy transition.
Limited Liability Companies (LLC) in Alaska
Below are key steps required for LLCs in Alaska. There are two types of LLCs described here. A domestic LLC in Alaska is one that filed its Articles of Organization with the Alaska Secretary of State. A foreign LLC in Alaska is one that filed its Articles in another state, but is doing business within Alaskan state boundaries.
Domestic LLCs: Your name must end in the words limited liability company, limited company, LLC, or LC, and cannot include the words "city" or "municipality." Send a copy and an original of your Articles of Organization to the Alaska Division of Banking, Securities and Corporations. The Articles must be executed by either the Members or Managers of your LLC. Also include a $250 check made payable to the State of Alaska.
Foreign LLCs: Your LLC name must meet the same requirements imposed on domestic LLCs (see above). If your LLC name is already taken in Alaska, you may register an "assumed" name, but must also set forth your actual name in your Application for Registration. Send two copies of your Application to the Alaska Commissioner Commerce and Economic Development, along with a $350 check made payable to the State of Alaska.
Corporations in Alaska
Below are key steps required for corporations in Alaska. There are two types of corporations described here. A domestic corporation in Alaska is one that formed with the state and filed its Articles of Incorporation with the Alaska Secretary of State. A foreign corporation in Alaska is one that filed its Articles in another state, but is doing business within Alaskan state boundaries.
Domestic corporations: The name you choose for your business must include the words corporation, company, incorporated, limited, or some abbreviation of those terms. There is no minimum requirement for capital spend before starting your business. Be sure to include the names and addresses of any "alien affiliates" in your Articles of Incorporation. An alien affiliate may be any individual who is not a U.S. citizen or who is not a permanent resident of the United States (consult the Alaska Business Corporation Act for a more detailed definition). Send to the Alaska Commissioner Commerce and Economic Development:
Foreign corporations: The name you register for your foreign corporation must meet the same standards as domestic corporations (see above). In your Application for Certificate of Authority, include the names and addresses of any "alien affiliates," the amount of shares controlled by the affiliate(s), as well as a detailed description of the nature of the relationship between the affiliate and the corporation. An alien affiliate may be any individual who is not a U.S. citizen or who is not a permanent resident of the United States (consult the Alaska Business Corporation Act for a more detailed definition). Send to the Alaska Commissioner Commerce and Economic Development: