What documents are required to register a corporation in Puerto Rico?

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To register a corporation in Puerto Rico, several documents are required. These include a completed and signed application form, proof of payment of the registration fee, a certified copy of the Articles of Incorporation, a certificate of good standing from the jurisdiction of origin (if applicable), a notarized affidavit of the corporation's directors and officers, a copy of the corporation's bylaws, and a declaration of compliance with Puerto Rico's tax regulations. Additionally, non-resident individuals must provide a copy of their passport, while non-resident entities should present a copy of their certificate of incorporation or equivalent document. It is advised to consult the Puerto Rico Secretary of State website or contact their office directly for the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on required documentation for registering a corporation.
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Answered May 3, 2024

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