ALL CORPORATIONS IN ORDER TO DOMESTICATE THEIR BUSINESS MUST COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING:
* Make sure that the corporate name you are using is available for use by your corporation. The name may be formally reserved for xxx of days. If you are a holder of a trade name that is identical or non-distinguishable from the proposed name, you will be asked to provide a copy of the Trade name Certificate.
* Names may be checked and reserved. Precedent over any other documents filed on paper and submitted by mail, fax or over the counter.
Deliver the completed original Articles of Domestication or Continuation (and one (1) or more exact copies) to the Commission.
* The domestication or continuation must be executed by a duly authorized officer.
* The Statutory Agent must provide a physical street/location address (A P.O. Box may also be listed. However, a physical street/location address must be furnished). A statutory agent may be an individual resident, a domestic corporation or limited liability company, or foreign corporation or Limited Liability Company authorized to transact business.
* The Certificate of Disclosure must be signed and dated within xxx no of days of delivery to this office by a duly authorized officer.
* If the person executing the documents has a power of attorney authorizing him/her to do so, a copy of the document granting authority must be included with the filing.
* Attach a Certificate of Existence (Good Standing) or certified copies duly authenticated by the official having custody of the corporate records in the jurisdiction in which the corporation was incorporated before the transfer of domicile.
* Within xxx no of days after the Commission has approved the filing, you must publish the Articles of Domestication in a newspaper (if required) of general circulation in the county of the known place of business.
DO NOT PUBLISH UNTIL THE COMMISSION APPROVES THE FILING. A list of acceptable newspapers in each county will accompany the approval letter and is posted on the Commission web site. The corporation may be subject to dissolution if it fails to publish. Filing an affidavit of publication is not necessary.