How To File An Amendment For An Alaska Corporation
Step-by-Step Guide to Alaska Corporation Amendments
How to file an Alaska corporation amendment:
To make amendments to your Alaska corporation, you must submit the completed Articles of Amendment form, in duplicate, to the Alaska Division of Corporations, Business, and Professional Licensing by mail, fax or in person. If faxing your request, a Credit Card Payment Form is required. If you are mailing the amendment, you may include the form if you wish to pay by credit card. You may also pay by check or money order payable to the State of Alaska. The division does not require original signatures. You amendment may have faxed/electronic signatures.
Can you restate the initial articles instead of filing an amendment?
Yes. If you wish to restate the initial articles you must file the Restated Articles of Incorporation form, in duplicate, and pay the $25 filing fee.
Are there any specifics you can or can’t include with an Alaska corporation amendment?
You can make changes to the business name, shares and articles when you amend articles. However, you can’t change your corporation’s officers, principal address, or registered agent.
How much does an Alaska corporation amendment cost?
To amend your Alaska corporation, there is a $25 filing fee required. Expedited service is not available.
How long does it take the state to process an Alaska corporation amendment?
Normal processing time for mailed, walked in, or faxed documents is 10-15 business days, plus additional time for return mailing.
How will the corporation amendment be returned?
You will receive a file stamped copy by mail.
What state agency do you file an amendment with?
State of Alaska
Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811-0806
333 W. Willoughby Avenue, 9th Floor
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 465-2550
Fax File: (907) 465-2974
Can you change the Alaska corporation members or managers on an amendment?
No. You can change your members or managers information on the Notice of Change of Officers or Directors form at no charge.
Can you change the Alaska registered agent on the amendment?
No. You must file the Statement of Change Registered Agent or Registered Agent Address (form #08-615) form to change your Alaska registered agent information.
Can you change the principal office address and/or the mailing address on a corporation amendment?
The best way to change your principal office address and/or mailing address is on your biennial report form.