New Mexico Registered Agents
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New Mexico Registered Agent Requirements
All corporations and LLCs formed or registered to do business in New Mexico are required to appoint a New Mexico registered office and a New Mexico registered agent.
What is a New Mexico Registered Agent?
New Mexico registered agents are a person or corporation designated by a company to receive official communications on its behalf. Most New Mexico registered agents are companies in the business of being a registered agent. Others are simply individual residents of the State of New Mexico. All registered agents in New Mexico must have a physical address in the state and occupy the registered office address during normal business hours to accept service of process on behalf of companies listing that person or company as their resident agent. That means registered agents cannot have a P.O. box as their registered office; they must have a physical address where they can accept official notices and mail.
Why You Need a New Mexico Registered Agent:
You need to know when someone notifies you. When you create a corporation or LLC, you are creating an entity without the ability to communicate on its own. A registered agent in New Mexico accepts communication on behalf of a New Mexico business entity and ensures those responsible for the entity are made aware of the notice or service of process the agent has received on entity’s behalf.
The requirement to designate a New Mexico registered agent may seem like an inconvenience, but you’re forming a company; a company that people might have problems with and may get sued someday. It’s important to have a reliable way to be notified when someone needs to contact you with a legal problem or tax notice. That’s why New Mexico registered agents are important.
Change Your New Mexico Registered Agent
Changing registered agents in New Mexico is a simple and inexpensive process. All that is required is to file the appropriate Statement of Change of Registered Office or Agent form with the New Mexico Secretary of State. There are separate forms for corporations and LLCs. The Statement of Change costs $20 for LLCs or $25 for corporations.
The change of registered agent takes about 15 business days for the secretary of state to process. You can pay an additional expedite fee to have your change processed more quickly.
How to Become a Registered Agent in New Mexico
The main requirement of being a registered agent in New Mexico is that you have a physical address in New Mexico where you can accept physical mail from process servers. That means you must have an actual address—not a virtual office or P.O. box—where you’ll be available to receive service of process during normal business hours.
Why use Registered Agents Inc. in New Mexico?
We’re one of the largest registered agent service providers in New Mexico. This is what we do—every day, all day.
We handle service of process every day. Through high-class design and experience, we have been able to eliminate errors from our systems.
We scan your legal documents to you in real time from our registered office in New Mexico.
- Quality Address
Our addresses are commercial offices focused purely on registered agent service.
- Quality Service
We may not be the cheapest, but we are and will always be the premium choice.
Whether you’ve just formed your first company or are seeking a high-end registered agent to provide service to vast numbers of New Mexico businesses, Registered Agents Inc. As your New Mexico registered agent, we will notify you in real time when we receive any legal documents on behalf of your company or your clients company. No one does New Mexico registered agent service better than Registered Agents Inc.