Obtaining Good Standing Certificate
Most states want to see a certificate of good standing (or its equivalent) before allowing a company to do business in that state as a "foreign entity" (process called foreign qualification). Companies that intend to expand abroad might also need to obtain certificate of good standing, and then certify it for foreign use (either with Apostille or Embassy Certification).
Any company registered in Vermont can order Certificate of Good Standing from the Vermont Secretary of State, provided it is indeed is in good standing. Processing time is typically three to five business days plus mailing time.
We can help you obtain Certificate of Good Standing for your company from Vermont Secretary of State. In case your company turns out to be not in good standing, we will research the reasons and the remedies to bring it back to good standing, and will notify you of the results of our research.
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Obtaining Certificate of Good Standing
in Another State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota