On the off chance that your business is a limited liability company (LLC) growing and you need to open a new location in an alternate state. You don’t need to form another LLC, yet you do need to register a foreign LLC in the new state.
A foreign LLC is an LLC that was initially formed in one state; however, then registered to work together in another state. Generally, the LLC is foreign to the new state. The purpose behind this kind of phrasing is that various laws administer every state.
Suppose your business is composed of a limited liability company (LLC) and working together in more than one state. In that case, you should register your LLC in all states where you are working together. Incidentally, the way toward registering your business in different states is the equivalent for corporations and partnerships. The new corporations or partnerships would be registered as “foreign” in any country where you need to have an area.
The process to register a foreign LLC is distinctive for each state; however, for the most part, you need to record what’s known as a “Certificate of Authority,” “Application for Authority,” or “Foreign LLC Registration” (or comparative name) in the new state where you wish to lead the business.
You should also get what’s known as a “Certificate of Good Standing” or “Certificate of Existence” from the first state where your LLC was formed. Together, these archives, alongside a Foreign LLC filing fee is the thing that registers your LLC to work together in the new state. In most states, the fee to register a foreign LLC is equivalent to forming a Domestic LLC, notwithstanding, in a few bunches of states, the cost to register for a Foreign LLC can be marginally or altogether higher than the cost of registering a Domestic LLC.
Round out the Certificate of Authority or Application for Authorization, or whatever this record is brought in that state. Contingent upon the state, you should include:
- The name of the LLC and the name you are working together as in that state are extraordinary
- The state where the LLC is initially registered, the date of formation, and the span (ceaseless or for a characterized timeframe
- The road address of the first LLC
- The road address not a PO Box of the LLC in the state where you are doing the foreign LLC registration
You may likewise need to consent to that state’s necessities for naming your LLC, including the words “LLC” or “limited company” in the name on the off chance that you have not done so as of now.
A few states expect you to incorporate a duplicate of the first reports indicating that the LLC has been registered in its “home” state, or potentially duplicated the official record registering the LLC.
When you have checked your application for exactness, send it to the Secretary of State, alongside a check (from your business represent) the registration fee.