State of California Certificate of Status Service-( Expedited Service).
Fast, Affordable Service. $125 for one Certificate of Status, $60 for each additional Certificate of Status in the same order. Includes Fed Ex Ground Shipping (Fed Ex Express Shipping available for an additional charge), orders to Alaska and Hawaii are extra. Service includes placing order at the Counter of the California Secretary of State, and picking it up from the Counter when it is ready (generally the next business day), immediate shipment of the original document, and emailing you the tracking number. We guarantee all processing (including shipping out the document with Fed Ex) within 3 business days. We accept cash (in our Los Angeles office only), U.S. Postal Money Orders, Western Union payments, and the following credit cards: MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Discover Card and Debit Cards through Pay Pal, using the Pay Pal button below:
To use our service, simply send an email with your name, company name, email and telephone number, as well as all names of companies, company addresses, and (optionally) Articles of Incorporation or Organization Number for the companies that you need Certificates of Status for. Next, call David Ransom at (323)393-5822, and he will confirm you order.
All clients who wish to use this service will immediately be sent a Pay Pal Invoice from Hollywood Notary Dot Net. This invoice must be paid online before we will process your order, using Credit Card or Pay Pal payment.
The Certificate of Status (also commonly known as the Certificate of Good Standing), is issued in California by the California Secretary of State. It is used to show whether a business entity registered with the State of California is still in good status with the Secretary of State. Companies often rely on this information when deciding whether or not to do business with a particular company- for example, if a California corporation is seriously delinquent in payment of its annual fees to the Secretary of State for its continued operation, the Secretary of State might not issue the Certificate of Status. That would be a clue that a company is having issues with the State of California. This could put that corporation’s continued operation into jeopardy and into question. When doing business with companies, some organizations like certainty. The Certificate of Status is but one measure that some companies use in evaluating business partners.
Assembly Bill 1325, Requiring Certificate of Status when filing Certificate of Identity with Fictitious Business Names With the County Clerk
Assembly Bill 1325, which took effect on January 1. 2014, requires all registrants of a Fictitious Business Name Statements with a California County Clerk to file a Certificate of Status, when required by the County Clerk to file a Statement of Identity. The Los Angeles County Clerk currently has the requirement of filing both a Statement of Identity and a current Certificate of Status, when submitting documents for registering or reregistering a corporation, limited liability company or limited liability partnership in Los Angeles County. You can view a sample of the Los Angeles County Clerk’s forms here. Check with your local County Clerk if you are not sure if your County has this requirement.
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