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Updated on March 13, 2024

A Nevada registered agent is a person or entity authorized to receive service of process, notices, and demands on a corporation’s behalf.[1] The agent is responsible for forwarding this official communication to the corporation. Every corporation operating in Nevada, whether domestic or foreign, must have a registered agent.

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Visit the search page on SilverFlume, which is the state’s online business portal.

Step 2 – Enter the registered agent’s name. It’s helpful to select “Active” under “Status” beneath the “Advanced Search Options” header as a means of narrowing search results. Click “Search.”

Step 3 – Click “Manage this Business” beside the correct agent or entity.

Step 4 – Clicking on an entity leads to information about its agent, including the agent’s name, address, and website.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

A registered agent can be a person residing in Nevada or a corporation authorized to transact business in Nevada. Either type of agent must have an actual street address in Nevada, which will double as the corporation’s registered office.[2]

Can I be a Registered Agent?

Yes, if you are a corporation or business residing in Nevada.A corporation can appoint a registered agent by filing a document stating the agent’s name and address with the Secretary of State.[3] A registered agent filing must include the name of the agent, the agent’s address, and that the agent accepts the appointment.[4] To file a statement appointing an agent, the fee is $60.[5]

An even easier way to designate a registered agent is to include the agent’s name and address in documents filed to form an entity.

To do this, either file online or select from the following:

Changing a Registered Agent

To change its registered agent, a corporation can file a Statement of Change with the Secretary of State.[6]

The statement must include the entity’s name and the information that will change, such as the agent’s name and address. The interest holders or governors of an entity do not need to approve this filing. The change takes effect upon the statement’s filing. Per state law, the fee for changing a registered agent is $60.[7]

The form should be completed and submitted, along with payment for the filing fee, either online or by mail to Secretary of State Commercial Recordings Division, 401 North Carson Street Carson City, Nevada 89701-4201 or to Secretary of State, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd. North, Suite 400, North Las Vegas, NV 89030.

Registered Agent Acceptance/Statement of Change

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Resigning as a Registered Agent

A registered agent can resign by filing a Statement of Resignation with the Secretary of State. The statement must include the entity’s name and the agent’s name. It must also state that the agent resigns and that written notice of the resignation has been or will be provided to the entity. Filing a Statement of Resignation costs $100 per entity. The resignation takes effect 31 days after the statement is filed or when a new agent is appointed, whichever comes first.[8]

Resignation of Registered Agent

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  1. NRS 77.390
  2. NRS 77.300
  3. NRS 77.290
  4. NRS 77.310  
  5. NRS 77.280
  6. NRS 77.340
  7. NRS 77.280
  8. NRS 77.370