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Statement Of Information Domestic Nonprofit Corporation SI-100 - California

Statement Of Information Domestic Nonprofit Corporation Form. This is a California form and can be used in Domestic Corporations Corporations Secretary Of State .
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Instructions for Completing Statement of Information (Form SI-100) For faster processing, the required statement for most corporations can be filed online at https://businessfilings.sos.ca.gov. Every California nonprofit, credit union and general cooperative corporation must file a Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State, within 90 days after the filing of its original Articles of Incorporation, and thereafter during a specific 6-month filing period based on the original registration date, as described in the chart below. Changes to information contained in a previously filed Statement of Information can be made by filing a new Form SI-100, completed in its entirety. A California stock, agricultural cooperative or registered foreign corporation is not authorized to file Form SI-100 and must file a Statement of Information using Form SI-550. Fees: See chart below. Checks should be made payable to the Secretary of State. Copies: To obtain a copy or certified copy of this filed Statement of Information, include payment for copy fees and certification fees at the time this Statement of Information is submitted. Copy fees are $1.00 for the first page and $.50 for each attachment page. For certified copies, there is an additional $5.00 certification fee, per document. Processing Times: For current processing times, go to www.sos.ca.gov/business/be/processing-times. Type of Filing Initial Filing Required Periodic Filing Description The initial filing is due 90 days from the entity's registration date. · Credit Unions and Cooperative Corporations: This statement is due every year based on the entity's registration date. California Nonprofit Corporations: This statement is due every two years based on the entity's registration date. The filing period includes the registration month and the immediately preceding five (5) months. Form to Use Statement of Information - Form SI-100 Statement of Information - Form SI-100 Fee $20.00 $20.00 · · No Fee Statement A Statement of Information submitted before the next required statement is due but after the initial or required filing requirements have been met to update information including changes to information for the agent for service of process. Statement of Information - Form SI-100 No Fee Statutory Required 6 Month Filing Window for Corporations Month of Registration Statement of Information Applicable Filing Period First Day of January February March April May June July August September October November December SI-100 - Through Last Day of January February March April May June July August September October November December 2016 California Secretary of State American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com August September October November December January February March April May June July Instructions (REV 11/2016) www.sos.ca.gov/business/be If you are not completing this form online, please type or print legibly in black or blue ink. Complete the Statement of Information (Form SI-100) as follows: Item 1. Instruction Enter the name of the corporation exactly as it appears on file with the California Secretary of State, including the entity ending (ex: "Jones & Company, Inc." or "Smith Construction Company"). Enter the 7-digit file number issued by the California Secretary of State. Tips 2. · The 7-digit file number is provided by the Secretary of State above the file stamp at the top of the corporation's registration document filed with the California Secretary of State. · To ensure you have the correct file number and exact name of the corporation, look to your registration document filed with the California Secretary of State and any name change amendments. · Secretary of State Records can be accessed online through our Business Search at kepler.sos.ca.gov. While searching the Business Search, be sure to identify your entity correctly including the jurisdiction that matches your entity. 3a. Enter the complete street address, city, state, and zip code of the corporation's principal office in California, if any. Enter the complete mailing address, city, state, and zip code of the corporation, if different from Item 3a. Enter the name and complete business or residential address of the corporation's: a. Chief Executive Officer (i.e. president) b. Secretary and c. Chief Financial Officer (i.e. treasurer). · Do not enter a P.O. Box address or abbreviate the name of the city. · This address will be used for mailing purposes and may be a P.O. Box. · Do not abbreviate the name of the city. · Every corporation is required to have at least these 3 officers · Any number of offices may be held by the same person unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise, except, in the case of a nonprofit public benefit or religious corporation, neither the secretary nor the chief financial officer or treasurer may serve concurrently as the president or chairperson of the board (Section 5213 or 9213). · An additional title for the Chief Executive Officer or Chief Financial Officer may be added; however, the preprinted titles on this form must not be altered, except in the case of a general cooperative corporation, which may include the name and address of its general manager in lieu of the name and address of its chief executive officer. (Section 12570(a).) · Unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise, the president, or if there is no president, the chairperson of the board, is the chief executive officer of the corporation. · Unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise, if there is no chief financial officer, the treasurer is the chief financial officer of the corporation. 3b. 4. 5a & b. If Individual Agent: Enter the name and street address of the individual agent for service of process in California. If an individual is designated as the agent, complete Items 5a and 5b and proceed to Item 6, leaving Item 5c blank. · An Agent for Service of Process is responsible for accepting legal documents (e.g. service of process, lawsuits, subpoenas, other types of legal notices etc.) on behalf of the corporation. · There are two types of Agents that can be named: - an individual (owner, officer, director or any other individual) who resides in California with a physical California street address; or - a registered corporate agent qualified with the California Secretary of State · Many times, a small corporation will designate an owner, officer or director as the agent for service of pr
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