The appointment and maintenance of an in-state registered agent is required

Nevada has long been a hub for entrepreneurs. Known for its lack of personal income and corporate taxes as well as a low property tax rate, the state is recognized as one of the fastest growing economies in the nation. However, doing business in Nevada requires compliance with many federal, state, and local requirements.

CT Corporation's reliable, professional Registered Agent services ensure that you won’t miss a critical filing and endanger your business’ good standing and its right to defend itself in court. You'll benefit from monitoring tools and services that ensure transparency into what’s going on with your business compliance so you’re always in control. With a professional Registered Agent, you can have the confidence of knowing that you’re aware of and on top of your compliance obligations.

Safeguard your business with America's most reliable registered agent service

Registered Agent package options:

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Registered agent services

Easily appoint your registered agent online within 10 minutes

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  • Online portal

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  • Incorporation services

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  • Foreign qualification services

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Registered agent and formation

Our incorporation experts are here to help you start your business with a solid and smart foundation

  • Registered agent services

  • Online portal

  • Name availability check

  • Incorporation services

  • Foreign qualification services

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Registration in another state

Legally register an existing business in another state (Foreign Qualification)

  • Registered agent services

  • Online portal

  • Name availability check

  • Incorporation services

    Not included
  • Foreign qualification services

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Legislative updates

Legislative Bill 177, effective September 11, 2021, increases the time for the perfection of fertilizer and agricultural chemical liens and seed liens or electrical power/energy liens from 60 days to 120 days after the last delivery of goods or services covered by these respective liens.


Legislative Bill 253, effective July 1, 2021, amends the Nebraska Uniform Protected Series Act to provide that a protected series may not render a professional service and to clarify certain filing fees.


Legislative Bill 808 (Laws of 2020), effective July 1, 2021, provides for a procedure whereby a corporation can ratify a defective corporate action.


Legislative Bill 649, which was signed by the Governor May 25, amends sections of Article 9 of Nebraska’s UCC law regarding perfection, priority rights, and other issues regarding controllable electronic records. The bill also adds a new Article 12 called “Uniform Commercial Code – Controllable Electronic Records.” These amendments are effective July 1, 2022.


Legislative Bill 910 (Laws of 2020), effective July 1, 2021, revises certain fees charged by the Secretary of State for filing initial and subsequent business entity documents. The bill also revises fees related to UCC filings.


Legislative Bill 78, effective September 1, 2019, amends the LLC law to permit an LLC to rescind its dissolution under certain circumstance and set forth the procedure for so doing. The bill also amends provisions related to series LLCs, effective January 1, 2021.


Legislative Bill 749, effective July 19, 2018, provides that nonprofit corporations will not be assessed the $5 per page recording fee for the filing of a Biennial Report.


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