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Arizona Registered Agent

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What is an Arizona Statutory Agent?

An Arizona statutory agent (also called a registered agent) is a business entity or individual residing in Arizona that maintains a physical address in the state and accepts service of process and other legal documents on behalf of businesses. All documents received by an Arizona statutory agent must be forwarded to the proper client in a timely manner. The appointment of an Arizona statutory agent ensures that the state has a reliable means of contacting any entity conducting business in Arizona.

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Instantly talk to our Corporate Guides™ or use your online account where you’ll find:

  • Docs we get for you
  • Arizona business forms to file
  • Arizona filing tips
  • Arizona company management system
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With Northwest Registered Agent, what you see is what you get. We offer:

  • Same price every year
  • No extra fees
  • No up-sells
  • WE will be your registered agent
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Arizona Registered Agent Service $125 Total

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Our Arizona Registered Agent Service Includes:

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Fast Service

Orders Filed Same Day

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Address Security

Use Our Address, Not Yours

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365 Days Of

Premium Registered Agent Service

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Corporate Guide™ Service

We Help Navigate Business Maintenance

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Local Document Scans

Real-Time Notifications

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Full Privacy

Ready To Protect Your Assets

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Secure, Online

Client Portal & Instant Service

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Annual Report

Reminders & Compliance Notifications

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What’s the difference between an Arizona registered agent and an Arizona statutory agent?

Just the name. Different states call registered agents different things. Registered agent, statutory agent, resident agent, agent for service of process—they’re all the same thing, and each one has the same responsibilities.

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Why do I need a registered agent in Arizona?

  • All businesses registered with the state must appoint a statutory agent.
  • The Arizona Corporations Commission and the Secretary of State will reject your filing if you do not appoint one.
  • So that the government and general public have a reliable way to contact your Arizona business with legal notices and other types of important mail.

How is Northwest different from other registered agent services?


  • It only takes one mistake to cause a serious problem, that’s why we’re serious about being your registered agent. We are the only national registered agent service that locally scans everything into your online account in real time. We keep commercial offices in each state, and when you hire us for Arizona statutory agent service, we scan everything from our office in Oro Valley, AZ. Your Arizona registered agent is your business’ only point of contact for serious legal notices. We don’t just simply email you copies of your notices—we make sure you and/or whoever you want to be notified actually log in and view your documents. If you’d like, we can also arrange to call and mail you notices until you look at your documents.
  • Collections. We take in new clients everyday who are sick of their current registered agent’s billing policy. We never send our clients to collections. If you don’t want to pay us, don’t. Our trademarked slogan is “We’re Just Not Annoying,” and we take it to heart.
  • This isn’t just our job, it’s our passion. Obviously, we think we are pretty dang good at what we do. When you sign up, we don’t think of you as just another line item on a profit and loss sheet or a dividend payment to our owners; your business is not just an idea that we hope will work out. And we’re definitely not a massive corporate machine with an army of salespeople looking to squeeze every last penny out of you. Registered agent service is our lives, and we’re good at it.

What do Arizona statutory agents do?

Your Arizona registered agent should provide tools to help you maintain your business. Arizona registered agents must have a physical address in Arizona. They must be open during normal business hours and accept important legal documents on your business’ behalf—and get them to you.

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Why Do I Need Northwest As My Registered Agent?

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State law requires all legitimate, registered businesses to appoint one.

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The secretary of state will reject your business filing if you don’t appoint a registered agent.

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A registered agent requirement gives the public and the state a reliable way to contact your business.

Why your life will be better if you hire us:

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We’ll help you with your business filing. Don’t take it personally, but you’ll likely have a hard time filling out your filing because corporate filings are confusing. But not for us. We do them every day. Once you hire us, you’ll be give instant access to our filing instructions, tips, order sheets and all the forms you need to file.

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We have the most refined business compliance reminder system in the industry. When you start your business in Arizona, it’s only the beginning. If you own a corporation or a nonprofit in Arizona, you’ll have ongoing reports due to the Arizona Corporations Commission every year. You’ll always see upcoming report and maintenance dates in your online account for every state in which your hired us for registered agent service. We’ll remind you based on your business’ corporate data, and if Arizona’s reporting requirements or legislative laws change, we’ll keep you up to date. Then when it’s time to file your reports, we provide you with the links and forms you need to file—without tacking on any additional fees. No upsells, ever. Plus, all forms will be pre-populated with your info on them, making business maintenance simpler.

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We offer free tools. You don’t just get an invoice from us every year; we provide free online software that will help you maintain your business. We’ll give you all the forms you need to maintain your corporation, limited liability company (LLC), LLP, charity, nonprofit, or any other type of Arizona business. All you need to do is enter you company’s data once. Then that data will be saved and populate all kinds of different forms like annual meeting, new registrations in other states, and any amendments you need to make to your AZ corporation or LLC.

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Call us! We’re here to help! We’re more than happy to walk you through whatever aspect of your business filing is giving you trouble. The people who answer the phones do filings for a living. No one will be reading from a script, because we specialize in service, not maximizing our profits.

Who needs a registered agent in Arizona?

Anyone forming an Arizona LLC or an Arizona corporation.

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What’s your Arizona registered office like?

We scan all documents locally from our office in Oro Valley, AZ.

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How will you get my legal notices to me?

We scan everything in real time. Then we upload them for you. This registered agent infographic shows how it works.

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Can I send my mail to your Arizona registered office?

No, that’s not a service that we offer, but we’ll try to help you if at all possible. Call us!

The postal service might not deliver your mail to us if you don’t have a lease at our office.

If we happen to get mail for you, however, we’ll scan it to you in real time.

Registered Agent Arizona Service Includes:

Instant registered agent services annual price: $125. Instant Arizona forms located directly in your online account to make a filing. State resources in your registered agent service account, with self-filing instructions to help you. We send multiple annual report reminders, and you can also track your due dates in your online account. We locally scan ‘service of process’ and all documents to you in real-time for no added cost. And, most importantly…We’re just not annoying™.

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What are the requirements for Arizona registered agents?

According to Arizona state code § 10.501, a statutory agent must: 

  • Be able to accept legal documents on behalf of the business. 
  • Have a physical, registered office address located within the state of Arizona. No P.O. Boxes. 
  • An AZ registered agent must be a resident or a company that provides registered agent services.

How do I change my registered agent to Northwest?

File a Registered Agent Statement of Change form with the Arizona Division of Corporations.

The change form is available instantly if you place an order with us.

It’s a simple process, but if you’d like more specifics, visit our change Arizona registered agent page.

How does Northwest’s Arizona registered agent service work?


You sign up for service online (you’ll find the signup at the top of this page).


After you make your business registration filing with the Arizona Division of Corporations, we’ll become your registered agent.


We collect the first year’s fee up front.


About a year later, we’ll send you an invoice for another year of Arizona registered agent service. If you want to cancel then, you can easily do so.


We make it easy to add registered agent services online.


Your online account is the place to go—not just for registered agent service or to pay a bill—for keeping up with corporate paperwork formalities for your Arizona business.

Should I use your registered office address in Arizona on my filing?

Yes. We’re the only national registered agent service that allows our clients to list our address for everything when you’re doing a filing to keep you private address off public records.

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Should I hire a registered agent in Arizona before or after I do my filing?

You hire us first and then do your business registration filing with the Division of Corporations. The state won’t allow you to form an Arizona LLC or corporation without an Arizona statutory agent. Plus, you’ll find all the forms and instructions you need to complete your filing instantly after you sign up.

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