Arizona Secretary of State (SOS) Business Entity And Corporation Search

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Arizona Business Corporation Registry Search

Updated: February 17th, 2017

If you are out to look for a business entity or corporation in the state of Arizona, then you are in the right place. The Arizona Secretary of State allows its users to navigate through its database to access information of business entities like:

  • Corporations
  • Limited Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Limited Liability Partnerships

Arizona Business Entity Search

The database in the Arizona SOS website lets you access information about any business entity incorporated in the state based on the following information:

  • Filing number
  • Applicant or Agent Name
  • Registered Name

Below is our simplified guideline to help you search for business entities in the state:

1. Click here to go to the Search Page for finding registered entities in the state (it will look like the screenshot below).

Arizona Business Entity Search

2. You can conduct the search by Filing Number, Applicant/Agent Name, or Registered Name. Let’s conduct a sample search by Registered Name. Let’s type in “Amkor Technology” in the “Registered Name” field (see the screenshot below for reference).

Arizona Corporation Entity Search

3. Choose a radio button to select the type of search (see the screenshot below for reference).

4. Click on the “Search” button. The Results Page with a list of business entities with the name you typed in will then appear.

Arizona Corporation Entity Search Details List

5. On the Results Page, click on the ID number to get further details on the entity.

Arizona SOS Result Page

On the Results Page, you can file the business entity’s online reports, as well as download its annual reports.For a small fee, you can also order a certificate of good standing for the business entity.

Information on the Arizona (AZ) SOS

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Office:

An elected state executive officer of the state, the Arizona Secretary of State is the keeper of the Great Seal of the State. The current Arizona Secretary of State, Michelle Reagan, was sworn into office in January 2015 and is currently serving a four-year term.

Arizona does not have an office of the lieutenant governor, in effect making the Secretary of State first in succession to the Governor.

Functions:

The Arizona Secretary of State is in charge of four divisions, namely:

  • Arizona Advance Directive Registry
  • Business Services Division
  • Elections Division
  • Public Services Division

Select the State Where the Corporation is Registered: