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Emancipation Day – April 17th

Just a Reminder…

All District of Columbia government offices are closed today Monday, April 17th in observance of Emancipation Day.  Although our Washington, DC office will be open during regular business hours, DC specific services are limited.

The following District services will be available: UCC searches with copy retrieval, corporate status searches and name availability.

The following District services will not be available: corporate filings, document retrievals, business license services, UCC filings, apostilles and notary certifications.

Federal Agency and Foreign Embassy services are not affected by this closing.

District offices will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, April 18th.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact our Washington, DC office at 202.386.7575, 877.531.1131 or dcorders@incserv.com.

 

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Biennial Reports and Trade Name Renewals Washington, DC – Due April 1st

April 1st is the deadline for biennial reports to be filed in the District of Columbia. All entity types are required to file a report; a $100 late fee is assessed for failing to do so timely. An entity’s first biennial report shall be delivered for filing by April 1 of the year following the calendar year in which the domestic filing entity was formed or the foreign filing entity registered to do business in the District. Reports are due biennially (every two years) after that.  Additionally, any trade name due to expire this year, must be renewed by April 1st to avoid cancellation.

There is no need to worry about providing original copies; the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) will accept copies for filing.

As always, if you have any questions about biennial reports or need assistance with filing, we are more than happy to help. Simply e-mail us at dcorders@incserv.com or call us at 202.386.7575 or 877.531.1131.

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It is crunch time!

It’s that time of year when many state and federal offices experience some slowdowns in processing time. For example, the turnaround time for the Chinese Embassy in Washington, DC is now up to nine (9) business days.

Bear this in mind, if you have deadlines with completion dates of December 30th, it is better to submit your requests, as soon as possible.  Typically, during the holiday season, many embassies, local, state and federal government agencies will experience longer processing times.  Speak with your Client Services Representative today to discuss available expedited handling options.

Please note these turnaround times change rapidly and we will do our best to keep you updated on the changes as they happen.

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday.