Arizona Corporation Commission
1300 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Patricia L. Barfield - Director
1-800-345-5819 (in Arizona only)
Arizona Corporation Commission
400 W. Congress, 2nd Floor
Tucson, AZ 85701
Welcome to the Corporations Division!
3/10/2016 - FEE CLARIFICATION - effective March 14, 2016 - fees for certified copies of restructuring documents from other states will be charged consistent with the way in which fees are charged for Arizona restructuring transactions. The fee will be determined by the entity initiating the transaction. Please see the Foreign Entity Document Filing Guide for more details.
10/1/2015 - ANNUAL REPORTS NOTICE - effective immediately, corporations will need to provide an Arizona known place of business address in section 1 of the annual report, and, if applicable, a foreign address (or the address of the registered agent in the foreign jurisdiction) in section 3 of the annual report. The pertinent language is being added to the instructions during the efiling process and on the paper instructions. This will assist us in cleaning up the database and in clarifying for the public the Arizona address information. Official notices from the A.C.C. are mailed to the statutory agent address.
10/1/2015 - Online filing for LLCs is now available! Read the press release here.
6/8/2015 - Foreign checks - Effectively immediately, the Corporations Division will no longer accept checks drawn on non-U.S. banks, even if the funds are payable in U.S. dollars.
4/23/2015 - eCorp has arrived! eCorp is the new "face" of the Corporations Division entity database known as STARPAS. The same functions and features are there in a more modern and user-friendly interface. The existing web pages will be accessible for a couple of weeks and then will be redirected to eCorp. You should immediately update your links or "favorites."
Legislative update - effective in July, 2015 - HOAs. Effective around July 3, 2015, HOAs that are regulated by title 33 of the Arizona Revised Statutes will have to submit with their annual report a separate statement with certain contact information. See H.B. 2084 for details, at www.azleg.gov.
Legislative update - effective January 1, 2015. For information about benefit corporations and the Arizona Entity Restructuring Act, please click here.
MOD account holders and resubmissions - email your document! We are pleased to announce that we are accepting documents via email, but only if you are a MOD account holder or are resubmitting a document that was previously paid for but rejected. We cannot accept credit card information over email, so we cannot accept new document submissions. If you qualify to use the email submission process, the document should be scanned as a .pdf file and sent to us as an attachment to email@example.com.
IMPORTANT: the document you scan should be very clean and legible. The better the quality of your copy, the better it will scan into our system and the better it will look in the entity record!
MOD account holders: Please read this about keeping your account funded.
4/5/2016 - A solicitation from a company called "Compliance Filings Service" is circulating to corporations offering to provide "annual minutes" in exchange for a fee. Click here for an example. This solicitation is NOT from the Arizona Corporation Commission. There is no statutory requirement that "annual minutes" be filed with the Arizona Corporation Commission. "Compliance Filings Service" is not affiliated with the Arizona Corporation Commission in any way. If you have any questions about your corporation's record, please call our Customer Service Call Center at 602-542-3026.
3/22/2016 - We've had reports of a business directing people to our website and claiming that it is evidence of "federal accreditation." Please be advised that registration with the Arizona Corporation Commission is not a license or accreditation, and is not indicative of any expertise or qualification related to any particular business activity. If a corporation or LLC is listed in our records, it means only that the entity was created or registered in Arizona. If the entity is shown to be "in good standing," that means only that it is currently in compliance with filing requirements under Arizona law. This agency does not endorse any particular business and does not grant accreditation to or for any particular business activity.