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Division of Corporations and Trademarks to Conduct Virtual Information Series

United States Virgin Islands Office of the Lieutenant Governor

The Division of Corporations and Trademarks of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor will conduct a Virtual Information Series commencing in March and continuing through June 2021.

“It is important that persons know their statutory responsibility relative to profit and non-profit business entity registration, maintaining the good standing status, and terminating the registration with the division.  These sessions are open to current and prospective business owners, service providers, resident agents, the public, [as well as] private and non-profit sectors,” said Lieutenant Governor Tregenza A. Roach.

The presentation schedule and topics will all be held from 4-5 p.m. EST:

Wednesday, March 10, Non-profit Corporations

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Wednesday, March 17, Franchise Tax and Annual Report Filings

Wednesday, March 24, Trade Names

Wednesday, April 14, Getting Started- Online Catalyst System

Wednesday, April 21, Limited Liability Companies

Wednesday, April 28, Profit Corporations

Wednesday, May 12, Non-profit Corporations

Wednesday, May 19, Trade Names

Wednesday, May 26, Getting Started- Online Catalyst System

Wednesday, June 9, Franchise Tax and Annual Report Filings

Wednesday, June 16, Limited Liability Companies

Wednesday, June 23, Profit Corporations

Persons interested in registering for the virtual information sessions are asked to email denise.johannes@lgo.vi.gov with selected a date and topic no later than 5 p.m. on the Tuesday before the session.  Webinar information will be sent to participants.

For additional information, contact the Division of Corporations and Trademarks on St. Thomas at 774-2991 or on St. Croix at 773-6449.

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