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With SunDoc Filings, it's easier and faster to file California Statement of Information documents. For an additional $6 state fee, we can include a Certified copy of your filed statement with your order.
- Domestic Stock Corporations - For Profit
- Domestic Non-Profit Corporations
- Foreign Corporations - Profit or Non-Profit
Step 1: Download and complete the state form - see link on right
Step 2: Upload completed form to our order page
Step 3: We will submit your filing the same day
If received by 3 p.m. PST
Routine Annual Filing: 5 - 7 Business Days
Routine Amendment: 5 - 7 Business Days
Rush: 24 hours
Please note, if your filing is rejected, the state will not refund the rush fee.
A Statement of Information (formerly called Statement of Officers) form includes the corporation's mailing and office address, the name of the CEO, Secretary, and CFO. In addition it includes the names of all the directors of the corporation, the agent for service of process, and a description of the business. A State of California Statement of Information must be filed regardless of whether the form is due because the corporation moved, elected new officers, added or deleted directors, or has changed the name of the agent for service of process or the type of business.
All California domestic corporations must file an initial Statement of Information within 90 days of filing the Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. In addition, all California domestic and foreign corporations must file a Statement of Information on an annual basis, typically by the end of the anniversary month of Incorporation or qualification. The California Secretary of State will mail a renewal Statement of Information directly to the corporation, not the agent for service of process (registered agent). If the company fails to notify the California Secretary of State of address changes, the company will not receive a reminder notice to file. If a corporation fails to file a Statement of Information on time, the corporation will accrue a $250 late fee and the corporation may be suspended or forfeited by the California Secretary of State. Therefore, if a company moves, it must file a new Statement of Information to change its address.
Avoid late fees and suspension by having SunDoc Filings file your Statement of Information form over the counter in Sacramento.
The SunDoc Filings California Advantage
- Located in Sacramento, we visit the State three times daily
- Request a certified copy for an additional $6 state fee
- Trackable filings
- Beware, most companies mail in your filings, causing delays, but we submit "over the counter", same day service
State Fees & Forms
Domestic Stock - For Profit Corporations
Choose form SI-200 if you are filing an initial Statement of Information or if you are changing information that was contained on your last Statement of Information.
Keep in mind, even if you are changing one item like a zip code, you must use form SI-200 and complete the entire form. Domestic stock and foreign publicly traded corporations are required to file a Corporate Disclosure Statement (Form SI-PT) with the Secretary of State annually, within 150 days after the end of its fiscal year.
Domestic Non-Profit Corporations
Choose form SI-100. If your corporation is a common interest development company, you must file form SI-100 AND form SI-CID. Secretary of State SI-CID form fee: $15
Foreign Corporations - Profit or Non-Profit
In addition, domestic stock and foreign publicly traded corporations are required to file a Corporate Disclosure Statement (Form SI-PT) with the Secretary of State annually within 150 days after the end of its fiscal year.
Domestic Stock - For Profit Corporations
Corporate Statement of Information Filing Tips
- All corporations must have a CEO, Secretary, CFO, and at least one Director. These fields must be completed. The CEO, Secretary, CFO, and the Director can be the same person.
- Please do not leave the agent for service of process blank. Often we receive forms with this field blank. We are not the agent for service of process unless you are paying an annual fee for registered agent services. The agent for service of process is the person who is responsible for receiving court documents if the corporation is ever sued. This person must have a California address. A corporation cannot be designated as such unless they are active and in good standing and they already have a 1505 on file with the California Secretary of State. Please verify this information before sending your document.
- If you do need a registered agent in California, we can offer this service for an annual fee of $169 a year. Please contact us and we will e-mail you a new form with the registered agent information included.
- Type the form. If the Secretary of State cannot read your handwriting, they will not file your form.
- If preparing a renewal or annual statement and there are no changes, only check the "No Change" box, and sign and date.
File stamped copy only or certified copy? - We will automatically return one file stamped copy upon filing. However, many of our clients require a certified copy of the filing. The Secretary of State charges an additional $6 to certify a one page Statement of Information. Many banks, insurance companies, courts, etc. will require a certified copy of the Statement of Information in order to open a bank account, close a loan or escrow, obtain health insurance or for legal evidence in court. A certified copy will have a stamp on the back of the copy, certifying that the document is true and correct.
Document is filed - If we receive your California Statement of Information by 3 p.m. M-F PST, your Statement of Information will be sumitted by 5 p.m. This means your Statement of Information will be given the file date that your document was submitted. Please note that even though we deliver your document in person to the California Statement of Information counter, the state does not process the document immediately.
After your document is filed - The state will issue us an endorsed (non-certified) stamped copy. We email a copy of the filed document to you and return the file stamped copy via regular mail.