FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Pam duPré
(Carson City, NV; Dec. 13, 2010) – Secretary of State Ross Miller said today his office has reached another major milestone in its goal to provide more convenient, streamlined online services for Nevada businesses. New companies can now file their Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization online at https://nvsos.gov/esoscorpnet/default.aspx?ruk=1
. Upon successful completion of the online filing, companies will get immediate confirmation and a copy of their new documents. The public information about the new entity will also be immediately available on the Secretary of State’s website.
Starting today, domestic (Nevada), corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) can file their Articles of Incorporation/Organization online. All new corporations and LLC’s can also file their initial list of officers or members and apply for and receive their annual business license in the same online visit. All filing fees remain the same.
“I’m very pleased that we’re able to follow through on our pledge to help improve Nevada’s status as one of the most business-friendly states in the country,” Secretary Miller said in announcing the new service. “By modernizing and streamlining business services at no additional cost to the private sector, we provide just that much more incentive for businesses to file their organizational documents right here in Nevada. The online Articles service is a major step forward in developing the one-stop shop Nevada Business Portal, which will put Nevada in a league of its own in terms of government and business relations.”
Wizard technology will guide users through the quick and simple process of filing online articles of incorporation or organization. Users who have taken advantage of other online services offered by the Secretary of State’s office may have to create a new user name and password, depending on how recently they have used the system. The filing fees may be paid by credit/debit card or with an established trust account. E-checks will not be accepted.
Other online filing services available to businesses include:
• Nevada State Business License
• Initial, Amended and Annual Lists of Officers/Members
• Name Reservations
• Certificates of Good Standing
• Uniform Commercial Code statements, amendments and copies
Business customers may still file all documents with the Secretary of State’s office in person or by mail (more than 200 forms can be found and downloaded online). For more information about online business services, customers may visit the Business Center at www.nvsos.gov
, call the Customer Service Division at 775-684-5708 or email Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.