What is Wyoming Continuance
A Wyoming “Continuance” occurs when you move your INC or LLC, which was originally formed in one state, to Wyoming.
Wyoming Secretary of State provides for a formal process of moving your charter from its formation state to Wyoming.
We can take care of the whole process for you.
Consider the benefits of moving your charter to Wyoming
- Save annual fees – You pay $50 per year vs. $100’s or more every year!
- Retain Original Filing Date – So instead of starting again, your entity’s original date of formation is maintained*
- Wyoming’s other fees are less – Wyoming charges less for other services such as certified copies, certificates of good standing, & apostilles. Wyoming also charges less for changes to your charter (i.e. change of name, etc.)
- Continuance process is simple – In only a few weeks your charter can be moved to Wyoming.
How does the continuance process work?
Because Wyoming makes it simple, the process is pretty easy. You are simply requesting continuance and application for charter in Wyoming and then upon approval, you would cancel or dissolve your charter with your formation state. Wyoming statues does require that your entity be in good standing in the state you are coming from. That may mean paying any overdue fees to that state to bring your charter into good standing before submitting to Wyoming.
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What does the continuance process cost?
The cost to move your entity is different for an INC than it is for an LLC. Because the dissolution costs are different with each formation state, this cost will very as well. The best thing to do is write us for the complete cost. Tell us your company name, your formation state and how quickly you need this done. We’ll do some research and reply back to you by the next day. If you are coming from Nevada, please read the articles below.
* NOTE: Not all states allow the movement of their charter to Wyoming. When you ask for our help, be sure to list your formation state so that we can check to see if your state is one of the states which allow this.