Corporations Notices: For information about your entity or status please Search Corporations Database for Entity Details. SAVE TIME! File online for immediate processing! For the list of available online filings see below. WARNING: Deceptive Solicitations and Scams Visit the Solicitations and Scams Website. Forms & Fees The Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing makes available the following forms for use. In many cases, these forms meet just the minimum statutory and regulatory requirements. Although every effort is taken to ensure the forms comply with Alaska statutory and regulatory requirements, they should not be used in lieu of proper legal guidance from an attorney or other licensed professional. Do not email payments or filings. For security reasons, do not email filings, payment, or other confidential information. Forms and Online Filings: Find Forms by ENTITY Type OR Find Forms by EVENT Type SAVE TIME FILE ONLINE! The following are available for immediate online filing, all other filings must be submitted hardcopy (via fax or US Mail) and will be subject to current processing times. For existing entities: Biennial Report Initial Report Certificate of Compliance (serves as a Certificate of Good Standing) To create a new entity: Business Corporation - Domestic (Alaskan) Business Corporation - Foreign (Non-Alaskan) Nonprofit Corporation - Domestic (Alaskan) Nonprofit Corporation - Foreign (Non-Alaskan) Limited Liability Company - Domestic (Alaskan) Limited Liability Company - Foreign (Non-Alaskan) For exclusive rights to a business name: Business Name Reservation (temporarily protect a business name for 120 days while getting organized) Business Name Registration (exclusive rights to a DBA business name for five years, a business license is required) This Division does not provide legal advice. The information contained within these webpages is provided for your convenience and is not to be interpreted as legal advice. It is your responsibility to know what your registering, reporting and filing requirements are based on your specific business activities. Not knowing what is expected of you may not preclude you from the legal obligation to meet these requirements and compliance with the law. You are encouraged to seek the advice of a professional, such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and/or Attorney if you need additional assistance.