Corporations Is your entity's status "Involuntarily Dissolved"? If your domestic entity's status is listed as "Involuntarily Dissolved": This means your domestic entity was Involuntarily Dissolved by the State of Alaska and the entity’s authority to transact business in the State of Alaska ceased to exist because: The entity fell out of compliance by not filing the required forms per Alaska Statutes. For example, but not limited to: Initial Report which is due within the first six months. Biennial Report(s). For more information go to Biennial Reports or Biennial Report FAQs. The entity did not maintain a registered agent and/or address on record with the State of Alaska. For more information regarding Registered Agents go to Registered Agent FAQs. For more information about an entity's responsibility go to Notice: The Entity's Responsibility Per Alaska Statutes, the department mailed notification of the entity’s non-compliance and pending involuntary dissolution. The entity did not respond by filing the necessary forms to bring the entity back into compliance within the required time frame and the entity was Involuntarily Dissolved. What are your domestic entity’s options after it has been “Involuntarily Dissolved”? If the entity was Involuntarily Dissolved less than two years ago it may be possible to Reinstate your entity. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information: the entity’s name, the Alaska entity’s number, the date of the entity’s Involuntary Dissolution (it must be less than two years), and a brief statement the entity wants to be reinstated. The Corporations Section will respond to your email with the necessary information and forms for the entity to reinstate. If the entity was Involuntarily Dissolved more than two years ago it is no longer possible to Reinstate the entity. Please apply for a new Alaska Entity number by filing new articles of incorporation or organization. To access Forms and Fees go to Forms & Fees. For more information about your entity's responsibility click on the link below. Notice: The Entity's Responsibility What else should you be aware of within the Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing? The status of your entity and/or professional license may directly affect your business license. Check the status of your Business License: Before engaging in business activity you must obtain a business license. If you have a business license the Corporations Section encourages you to check the status and expiration date to ensure your business license is current. For more information go to the Business Licensing Section. Check the status of your Professional License: Before engaging in a business practice regulated under Alaska Statute Title 8 (AS 08) you must obtain a professional license. If you have a professional license the Corporations Section encourages you to check the status and expiration date to ensure your professional license is current. For more information go to the Professional Licensing Section. Contact Us: If you have questions you can reach us at either the Juneau or Anchorage phone numbers listed below or by emailing us at email@example.com.