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Arizona LLC and Corporation Registration and Formation

Arizona is definitely the destination that is just perfect for small businesses. There is no better way to define company formation in Arizona than by seeing the numbers. According to U.S Small Business Administration, Office of Advocacy, 538,552 small businesses exist in Arizona and that accounts for 99.4% of the total businesses.

This is not all, in the second quarter of 2015, almost 3,745 start-up businesses were formed in the state leading to a creation of 15,538 new jobs as compared to the 3rd quarter of 2014, wherein new establishments created 14,628 new jobs. So, there is a definite increase in the number of company formations in Arizona.
If you are planning to form an Arizona business, the procedure may seem like an exhaustive process but when you hire a top Arizona registered agent like us, we will ensure, the entire procedure will be simple and quick.

Arizona LLC Registration and Formation

Arizona LLC Registration & Formation

LLC company formation in Arizona is possible in accordance with the Arizona Limited Liability Company Act, Chapter-4: Section 29-631. The procedure for registration and formation of LLC is as follows:

Step#1: Hire a registered agent

In the state of Arizona, a business corporation or LLC is required to hire a “Statutory Agent”, authorized to transact business in the state. This is a mandatory process wherein, the agent in accordance to A.R.S. §§ 29-604, 29-606 will accept the service of process (lawsuit papers or legal documents) on behalf of the LLC. We would take this opportunity to share with you the fact that we are one of the top registered agents in the state and have been responsible for over 11,494 registrations.

We are here to help you form an Arizona business!

Step#2: Choose LLC Name

If you are planning to form an Arizona business LLC, it is important to reserve and/or register LLC name. According to ARS Section 29-602 of Arizona Limited Liability Company Act, the name of an LLC should contain words like words “Limited Liability Company” or “Limited Company” or abbreviations like “L.L.C.”, “LLC”, “L.C.”, or “LC”. You can reserve a name under section 10-402 for a period of 120 days or register LLC name under section 10-403.

How would you know that the name chosen by you is unique? In order to find out, you can conduct name search from here.

Step#3: Application for Registration

It is important to understand that if you are planning to form an Arizona business LLC, the registration forms are different for domestic and foreign LLC’s. Domestic LLC will require “Articles of Organization” (L010 form) along with a cover sheet. According to A.R.S. § 29-802, foreign LLC will have to first apply to the Arizona Corporation Commission for a “Certificate of Registration” in order to transact business in the state. You will be required to submit several documents along with the Application for Registration of a Foreign LLC (L025 form) and they include a cover sheet and a Certificate of Existence.

You can select the ONLINE submission option or we can complete the entire procedure on your behalf.

In case, you have any questions, feel free to call us at 702-871-8678.

Arizona Corporation Registration and Formation

If you are planning to form a Corporation in Arizona then the procedure for registration and formation is as follows:

Step#1: Hire a registered agent

In order to form a Corporation in Arizona and transact business in the state, a corporation is required to appoint a Statutory Agent in the state of Arizona in accordance to A.R.S. §§ 10-501 (for-profits corporation), 10-3501 (nonprofits corporation), and 10-1507 (foreign corporation).The primary duty of a registered agent is to fulfill the purpose of accepting service of process (legal documents or lawsuit papers) on behalf of the business entity.

As one of the top registered agents in Arizona, incparadise.net, will provide everything that is termed under “service of process” in the state. We would take this opportunity to share with you the fact that we are one of the top registered agents in the state and have been responsible for over 11,494 company formations in Arizona.

We are in compliance with all regulations in the State of Arizona.

Step#2: Name Reservation

In order to form a Corporation in Arizona, one of the primary steps is to identify a name for the business entity and then reserve or register it. According to A.R.S. §§10- 401 and 10-1506 (for-profit) and A.R.S. §§10-3401, 10-3301, and 10-11506 (non-profit), a corporate name shall contain words like “Corporation”, “Company”, or “Incorporated”, or an abbreviation of any of the above words. You can reserve the name for your corporation for a period of 120 days by submitting the “Application To Reserve Corporation Name” (form C006) and you can register by submitting an “Application to Register a Foreign Corporation Name” (form C007).

How would you know that the name chosen by you is unique? In order to find out, you can conduct name search from here.

Note: All naming forms have to be submitted along with a “Cover Sheet”.

Step#3: Certificate of Formation/Certificate of Authority

You can form a Corporation in Arizona through a process but it is important to identify the type of corporation you want to register. The registration documents and other criteria change according to the type of corporation. You can set up a professional corporation, domestic or foreign corporations, “Subchapter S” and “C Corp”, for-profit and non-profit corporations. The process of forming a corporation in the state can be initiated by submitting “Articles of Incorporation” (C010) with the Arizona Corporation Commission. You will be required to submit a cover sheet and “Certificate of Disclosure” along with the registration form.

You can select the ONLINE submission option or we can complete the entire procedure on your behalf.

If you have any questions regarding Arizona Incorporation or LLC formation, you can simply visit the Arizona Business formation page.

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