How To File An Idaho Corporation Amendment
Step By Step Guide To Idaho Corporation Amendments
How to file an Idaho Corporation Amendment:
To make amendments to your Idaho Corporation, you submit the completed Articles of Amendment form, or you may draft your own Articles of Amendment and provide them to the Secretary of State by mail or in person. Submit them in duplicate with the filing fee. The Idaho Secretary of State website was recently updated to allow online business amendments as well (just sign in to your SOSBiz account).
Can you re-state the initial articles instead of filing an amendment?
Are there any specifics you can or can’t include with an Idaho Corporation amendment?
The only limitation to Articles of Amendment for Idaho Corporations is changing your company’s registered agent. You may amend all other original articles. For changing your original registered agent use the free Statement of Change form.
How much does an Idaho Corporation amendment cost?
To amend articles in Idaho, there is a $30 filing fee required if the form is typed.
How long does it take the state to process an Idaho Corporation amendment?
The Idaho Secretary of State will have your amendment processed in approximately one week.
How will the corporation amendment be returned?
You will receive a confirmation copy of the amendment by mail. You will also be able to print a copy directly from the Idaho Secretary of State Website.
What state agency do you file an amendment with?
Idaho Secretary of State 450 N. 4th Street PO Box 83720 Boise, ID 83720-0080 Phone: (208) 334-2301 Fax: (208) 334-2080 Website:
Can you change the Idaho Corporation members or managers on an amendment?
Can you change the Idaho registered agent on the amendment?
No. You can’t change your registered agent in Idaho. You will need to provide the completed Statement of Change of Registered Agent form, to the Secretary of State by mail, fax or in person. There is no fee required. The Registered Agent MUST SIGN the Statement of Change of Registered Agent form, but it does not need to be an original signature.
Can you change the principal office address and/or the mailing address on a corporation amendment?