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Updated on March 19, 2024

A Nebraska registered agent is authorized to receive any service of process, notice, or demand served on a corporation.[1] An agent can be a person affiliated with the corporation or a third party. Every corporation registered in Nebraska must maintain a registered agent.

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Visit the Secretary of State’s Corporate and Business Search platform.

Step 2 – While it’s not possible to search for a registered agent, it’s possible to find information about a corporation’s agent by searching for the corporation. Select the appropriate search option and enter the corporation’s name (or part of its name). Make sure to tick the “I’m not a robot” box. Click “Perform Search.”

Step 3 – A list of corporations will appear. Click “Details” on the appropriate line.

Step 4 – Review the information about the corporation, including its registered agent’s name and office address.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

A registered agent can be an individual who resides in Nebraska or a corporation, either domestic or foreign, authorized to do business in Nebraska. The agent’s business office must also be the corporation’s registered office, so the agent must have a street address.[2]

Can I be a Registered Agent?

Yes, if you have a Nebraska address.

The most common way to select a registered agent is to list the agent in the entity’s formation documents.

Formation documents can be filed through the state’s Corporate Document eDelivery system. The first step is to create an account. Next, select “forming a new entity/qualifying a foreign entity.” Click “Continue.” All filing fees must be paid by credit card. Filing fees tend to be lower for online filings.[3]

Entities can also be created using paper forms. If the appropriate form is not listed below, it’s unavailable, and online filing is the only option.

Changing a Registered Agent

A corporation can change its registered agent by filing a Statement of Change with the Secretary of State.[4] The statement must include the new agent’s written consent to the appointment.

Select a form from the list below, depending on entity type.

Mail the completed form and fee to the Nebraska Secretary of State, P.O. Box 94608, Lincoln, NE 68509.

Domestic Change of Registered Agent 

Download: PDF


Resigning as a Registered Agent

To resign as a registered agent, deliver a signed Statement of Resignation and two photocopies of the statement to the Secretary of State.[5]

The Secretary of State will mail one copy to the corporation’s registered office. The agent’s resignation becomes effective 31 days after the statement is filed.


  1. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 21-236
  2. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 21-233
  3. Forms and Fee Information
  4. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 21-234
  5. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 21-235