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New Mexico

Why choose this jurisdiction when starting a business?
If you are starting a business, one of the best structures to use is called an LLC which stands for “limited liability corporation”. Even if you are the only person operating the business and have no employees, the structure of an LLC allows you to protect your personal assets from business liabilities under most circumstances.
With any business, your first and best option to file your articles of incorporation will be within your home state. You cannot do business in your home state unless you’re recognized as an LLC there. Once you’ve done that, you may wish to consider the advantages and disadvantages of becoming a New Mexico LLC.

No annual report required


Do business outside the state


Assets protection

Competitive LLC opening costs

Packages and Prices

New Mexico

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The cheapest option company formation, payment government fees, registered office, local registered agent, Client Due Diligence (CDD) full and free tax and legal assistance, and much more, to keep your entity fully compliant.

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A special package with all services as included on the Standard Package, plus our Bank Account opening services with a local bank based in UAE, providing account opening remotely, and offering you online banking, multi-currency account, debit cards and all other major banking services you may need.

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A package with all services as included on the Business Package plus full Nominee Services (Nominee Members and Managers) providing you the highest degree in terms of confidentiality and anonymity.


You are not required to file an annual report – Most states in the US require an annual report of business activities. Some states even require a quarterly report. Then you would pay an annual fee, either based on the amount of sales that happen in the state or a flat fee. In New Mexico, neither is a requirement. There is no reporting requirement within the state, and you are not required to pay an annual fee.

There are public information restrictions in place – New Mexico is one of the few states in the country which does not require the name of a company’s manager to be included as part of the articles of organization when they are filed. That means your name and address do not become part of the public record as they do in other states. If you’re wanting to be involved with a company, but you do not want your personal information to be found on a simple search, then a New Mexico LLC is a good choice to consider.


You can do business outside of the state – Even though you may not be based in New Mexico, the rules of the state allow you to do business in your home state, or any other, without additional filing requirements. For some, that may be good enough to open up shop at home. You must check with your home state to determine what your local rules for incorporation might be. Even though New Mexico allows out-of-state sales, your state may require a second set of papers to be filed.


The costs of starting a limited liability company formation are very competitive – In New Mexico, the cost to start an LLC is just $50. It is a one-time fee that keeps your costs down below $300 total for most companies. That includes the cost of a registered agent for the first year as well. That means you get everything for a price that is lower than what some states charge for the basic LLC paperwork. You can also do a llc incorporation with bank account.


Your assets have a high level of protection in the state – New Mexico has one of the strongest asset protection regulations for LLCs in the United States. When you have an operating agreement in place regarding member responsibilities, it is enforced to the letter. That means your personal assets can be protected against the actions of other members when they are listed within the operating agreement. Although you must keep track of meeting minutes, there are easy ways to manage the business which do not take a lot of time.


You aren’t required to start your business immediately – New Mexico requires an effective date for your LLC when you file your articles of organization. It begins immediately upon filing. You do have the option to push your starting date out by 90 days if that is financially advantageous for your current situations.

How can we help you?

Should you have any question, our Business Development Managers team will be ready to guide and assist you!