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States Allowed Article of Domestication and Conversion

 
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Posted On : Fri Jan 07th,2011

 
States Allowed Article of Domestication and Conversion!
 

A List of the states where you can move company from one state to another state or domesticate the entity

 

  • Arizona allows the domestication
  • California (LLCs are Allowed whereas the Corporations are not)
  • State of Connecticut (Allow)
  • Delaware (Allow)
  • Wyoming (Allow)
  • Nevada (Allow)
  • New York (Does not allow in NY but allows to move in the other states)
  • Hawaii (Allowed)
  • South Dakota (Allow)
  • State of Alaska (Allow)
  • State of New Jersey (Allowed to LLCs but not Corporations)
  • State of Illinois (Allow)
  • State of Florida (Allow)
  • State of Pennsylvania (Transfer then Domesticate)
  • State of OH ( State of Ohio allows domestication or conversion form one state to another but shows the new filing date )
  • State of Minnesota (Not Allow)
  • State of Texas (Allow)
  • State of Idaho (Allow)
  • State of Utah (Allow)
  • State of Iowa (Not Allow)
  • State of Indiana (Allow)
  • State of Nebraska (Yes, for both corporations and LLC's.)
  • State of Massachusetts-Yes there are conversion forms.
  • State of Rhode Island (Not Allow)
  • State of Mississippi-If you want to move an existing company here in the state of Mississippi from another state, you must file a new entity here and merge them together.
  • Yes, Virginia does have a process for a foreign business entity to domesticate in Virginia and for a Virginia entity to surrender it Virginia charter/certificate because it is domesticating in another state.
  • State of Tennessee-Not Allow
  • State of Oregon-Oregon does not have a process for re-domestication, other than withdrawing and filing new.
  • State of Colorado-unless you are referring to an entity which has converted to a foreign entity and wants to convert back to a domestic entity. There is an option to do so within the existing record.
  • State of Maine-Foreign Corporation may Domestic to a Maine Corporation
  • The state of Oregon- It does allow the domestication in and out both.
  • State of Kentucky-A foreign entity can file an amended application for certificate of authority to change the domicile of organization for the entity.
  • State of North Dakota- It allows the domestication
  • State of Michigan-It allows the domestication.  (But the date is not transferable)
  • State of North Carolina- Allow  (It is called articles of conversion in the state of NC)
  • State of Missouri-Not Allowed
  • State of Maryland- Not Allowed
  • State of Georgia- It allows the domestication
  • State of Kansas-Not Allowed (If you are a foreign entity in the state of KS yes, then it can be done)
  • State of Arkansas-It allows the domestication
  • State of Montana-It allows the domestication
  • State of Oklahoma-Not Allowed
  • State of West Virginia-Not Allowed
  • State of Washington-It allows the domestication
  • South Carolina (L.L.C is not allowed whereas a corporation is a applicable)

A list of the states where you can convert the entity from one business structure to another

 

States That Support Partial Conversions
Following states support conversion of Corporation to LLC only:

* Alaska corporation can only be converted to an LLC only if the corporation is a subsidiary of another corporation

  • Arizona (Not Allowed)
  • New Jersey (Not Allowed)
  • California (Allowed)
  • Delaware (Allowed)
  • Wyoming (Allowed)
  • Nevada (Allowed)
  • New York (Not Allowed)
  • Hawaii (Allowed)
  • South Dakota (Allowed)
  • State of Michigan (Allowed)
  • State of Illinois ( State of Illinois does allow a conversion from corporation to an LLC or Vice Versa)
  • State of Florida (Allowed)
  • State of Pennsylvania (Not Allowed)
  • State of OH (Ohio does have a provision for converting limited liability companies to corporation and vice-versa)
  • State of Minnesota allows the domestication
  • State of Texas allows the domestication
  • State of Idaho allows the domestication
  • State of Utah allows the domestication
  • State of Iowa allows the domestication
  • State of Indiana allows the domestication
  • State of Nebraska (No, Nebraska adopted the Uniform Limited Liability Company act in 2010 which went into effect Jan. 1 2011. This act allows for the conversion but it states that the statute of the other entity (the corporation) must allow for the conversion, and the Nebraska business corporation act does not provide for conversion.
  • State of Massachusetts-Yes, there a domestication form.
  • State of Rhode Island (Yes, a Conversion could be filed if at least one of the converting entities is a Rhode Island entity)
  • State of Mississippi-does not have a conversion statute to allow a corporation to become an LLC and vice-versa.
  • State of Virginia (Yes, Virginia law does have a conversion process for an LLC to become a corporation or a corporation to become an LL)
  • State of Tennessee allows the domestication
  • State of Oregon - LLC can convert into another entity such as a corporation, and vice versa.
  • State of Colorado-There is a filing option on an existing reporting entity record to convert to another form of entity. There is also a filing option to convert an entity that does not currently have a filing with us.
  • State of Maine-Maine Business Corporation may convert to a Maine LLC and vice versa.
  • State of Oregon-A (LLC can convert into another entity such as a corporation, and vice versa.)
  • State of Kentucky (statutes allow a corporation to convert into a LLC however a LLC cannot convert into a corporation).
  • State of North Dakota (Allowed)
  • State of Michigan - The Limited Liability Company Act and the Corporation Act allow for converting one business entity into another. Currently, no document exists to convert a corporation into a limited liability company. Each individual that wishes to convert one business organization into another type of business organization would need to draft their own Certificate of Conversion that conforms to the applicable statutes. In addition, the formation documents are required to be submitted with the Certificate of Conversion. Each statute in their prospective Acts provides for the fees to file the documents.
  • State of North Carolina (Allowed)
  • State of Missouri (Not Allowed)
  • State of Maryland- Does not allow converting from corporation to LLC or vice versa
  • State of Connecticut (Not Allowed)
  • State of Georgia (Allows to convert LLC to Corporation and Corporation to an LLC)
  • State of Kansas (Allowed)
  • State of Arkansas (Allowed)
  • State of Oklahoma (Allowed)
  • State of West Virginia (You can convert from corporation to an LLC but not from LLC to a corporation)
  • State of Washington (Allowed)
  • District of Columbia (DC)-Articles of conversion is not allowed

States That Support Partial Conversions


Following states support conversion of Corporation to LLC only:

* Alaska corporation can only be converted to an LLC only if the corporation is a subsidiary of another corporation

  • Alaska*
  • Kentucky
  • West Virginia
  


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Comments (28)
Cristina Gisbert   wrote on : Mon Apr 25th,2011
Does the State of Connecticut allow domestication? it is not mentioned in the list. Thank you     View Detail
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Dear Cristina Gisbert:

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. State of Connecticut does not recognize Re-Domestication of your company from one state to an other state.

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Petey   wrote on : Wed Jan 04th,2012
Will you guys update the Domestication list? My state is not listed there. You only seem to have like 35 states there.     View Detail
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Dear Pety,

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. May I know your state please?


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Pety   wrote on : Thu Jan 12th,2012
Hello I am in Arkansas. I would like to know if it is possible for to domesticate in either Arkansas, West Virginia, or Oklahoma. I've narrowed it down to those three.     View Detail
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Dear Petty,

Thanks for considering InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. Please see below the possibility for the Re-Domestication in your Requested States.


  1. State of Arkansas-Allowed
  2. State of Oklahoma-Not Allowed
  3. State of  West Virginia-Not Allowed

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