2017 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 17 - CORPORATIONS, PARTNERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS
CHAPTER 16 - WYOMING BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT
ARTICLE 18 - DOMESTICATION AND CONTINUANCE OF FOREIGN CORPORATIONS; TRANSFER OF DOMESTIC CORPORATIONS
SECTION 17-16-1802 - Application for certificate of domestication; articles of domestication.
17-16-1802. Application for certificate of domestication; articles of domestication.
(a) A foreign corporation, in order to procure a certificate of domestication shall file articles of domestication with the secretary of state, which articles shall include and set forth:
(i) A certified copy of its original articles of incorporation and all amendments thereto or its equivalent basic corporate charter or other authorization, and a certificate of good standing not more than thirty (30) days old;
(ii) The name of the corporation and the jurisdiction under the laws of which it is incorporated;
(iii) The date of incorporation and the period of duration of the corporation;
(iv) The address of the principal office of the corporation and the jurisdiction under the laws of which it is incorporated;
(v) The address of the proposed registered office of the corporation in this state, and the name of its proposed registered agent in this state at that address;
(vi) The purpose or purposes of the corporation which it proposes to pursue in the transaction of business in this state;
(vii) The names and addresses of the directors and officers of the corporation;
(viii) A statement of the aggregate number of shares or other ownership units which the corporation has authority to issue, itemized by classes, par value of shares, shares without par value and series, if any, within a class;
(ix) A statement of the aggregate number of issued shares or other ownership units itemized by classes, par value of shares, shares without par value and series, if any, within a class;
(x) A statement that the corporation accepts the constitution of this state in compliance with the requirement of article 10, section 5 of the Wyoming constitution;
(xi) Any additional information as may be necessary or appropriate to enable the secretary of state to determine whether the corporation is entitled to a certificate of domestication evidencing its authority to transact business in this state, and to determine and assess the fees and license taxes under the laws of this state.