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Updated on February 15, 2024

An Idaho registered agent is an individual or business authorized to receive legal documents on behalf of a corporation. The agent must have a street address in Idaho and be available during normal business hours. A registered agent is legally responsible for forwarding processes, notices, or demands to the corporation.[1]

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Visit the Secretary of State’s Business Search portal. Click on the box that says “Advanced Search Options.”

Step 2 – Select “Search by Registered Agent.” Enter the agent’s name. Click “Search.”

Step 3 – Clicking “Search” leads to a list of agents. Click on the entity name associated with the agent being searched.

Step 4 – Clicking on the entity reveals information about the registered agent and the entity the agent represents. Click “Request Certificate” to order an official certificate.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

Domestic and foreign corporations registered in Idaho must always maintain a registered agent.[2]

An agent can be an individual or a business. The agent must be available during normal business hours at a specific street address to accept service of process and other legal documents. The agent’s address may not be a UPS Store or a PO Box.[3]

If a commercial registered agent has the same name as another commercial registered agent on file, then that agent must adopt a fictitious name that’s distinguishable from the other.[4]

Can I be a Registered Agent?

Yes, as long as you are a resident of Idaho or a business authorized to do business in Idaho. The simplest way for a company to select a registered agent is to include the agent’s name and address in the forms filed to create the company. File these forms through the Secretary of State’s website, or select the appropriate form below.

Mail or deliver it to the Office of the Secretary of State, 450 N 4th Street, PO Box 83720, Boise ID 83720-0080. A paper form incurs an additional $20 processing fee.[5]

Changing a Registered Agent

To change a registered agent, file a completed Statement of Change form with the Secretary of State. Enclose a $20 filing fee and mail or deliver to Office of the Secretary of State, 450 N 4th Street, PO Box 83720, Boise ID 83720-0080.

The form should not be used to change a mailing address. To do this, use company stationery and state both the old address and the new address. Include the signature of a person authorized to sign documents on the company’s behalf.[6]

Registered Agent Statement of Change

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Resigning as a Registered Agent

To resign as a registered agent, file a Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent with the Secretary of State. There is no filing fee.

A statement of resignation takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on the 31st day after the statement is filed or when a new agent is designated, whichever comes first. The agent may resign whether or not the entity is in good standing with the state.[7]

Statement of Resignation

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  1. 30-21-413
  2. 30-21-402
  3. 30-21-404
  4. 30-21-405
  5. Idaho Secretary of State Business Forms
  6. 30-21-407
  7. 30-21-410