Who needs a Form SI-200?
A domestic stock and agricultural cooperative corporation must submit Form SI-200, Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State, during the 90 days after the filing of its initial Articles of Incorporation. This filing should be done on an annual basis during a specified period.
What is Form SI-200 for?
As is clear from the title, this document is used for informational purposes. By submitting this document, the company will inform the Secretary of State of the legal address of the company’s main office and its management team. Personal addresses of the company's executives are included in the document.
Is Form SI-200 accompanied by other forms?
A submitter should attach a $20 filing fee as well as a $5 disclosure fee in order to file this Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State.
When is Form SI-200 due?
The filing period for the SI-200 form is a calendar month during which the initial Articles of Incorporation are submitted and the immediately preceding five calendar months.
How do I fill out Form SI-200?
Complete the Statement of Information, Form SI-200, providing necessary information as follows:
- Corporate Name;
- California Corporate Number;
- No Change Statement (to be completed if there have been any changes to the information contained in the last Statement of Information filed with the Secretary of State);
- Names and Complete Addresses of the Following Officers;
- Names and Complete Addresses of All Directors, including directors who are also officers;
- Agent for Service of Process;
- Type of Business.
Where do I send Form SI-200?
Once the form has been completed, titled and signed, it should be sent to the following address - Secretary of State, Statement of Information Unit, P.O. Box 944230, Sacramento, CA 94244-2300 or delivered in person.