Last updated January 12, 2021

Pennsylvania LLC Change of Address (Registered Office)

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Pennsylvania LLC - Change of Registered Office

Video Transcript:

In this video, we’re going to discuss changing your address with the Corporation Bureau. This is specifically known as “Change of Registered Office”. What you’re first going to do in the upper left, is you’re going to check off this box here, enter your name, address, city, state and zip, where you’d like these documents returned to. I’m going to go ahead and paste in some sample information now. Please note that I am filling this out on the computer, but you don’t have to. You can fill this out on the computer if you’d like, and then print it out and sign, or you can just simply print out the document and then do all this by hand. If you do it by hand, just make sure to use a blue or black pen. Moving down, you’ll see the fee for changing your office is $5. Then, it says “The type of domestic association”, you’re going to check off “Limited Liability Company”. Then in Section 1, you’re going to enter the full name of your LLC, including the designator “LLC”. I’m going to enter sample information now. Okay, I’ve entered “ABC Widgets, LLC”. Moving on to No. 2 (“the current registered office address as on file with the Department of State. Complete part (a) or (b), but not both”), if you or someone you know is a Registered Agent for your LLC, you’re going to fill in “(a)” which is your current street address. If you had hired a Commercial Registered Agent and you’re now either changing that to a new Commercial Registered Agent or you’re changing it to a different address, you would fill in “(b)” and you would simply just list the name of the Commercial Registered Agent, as well as the county. In this example, let’s say that I’ve been using my home address, but I’ve moved. I’m going to enter some sample information (which would be my old address). Okay, I pasted in sample information (this is the old address). Now, I’m going to go down to Section 3, (“the New address. Complete part (a) or (b), but not both”). In my case, I’m going to fill out “(a)” and that’s going to be my new street address (which just happens to be where I want these documents sent back to as well). I’m going to go ahead and paste in that new address here. Okay, I’ve entered the information, and Section B is going to be left blank since this is not a Commercial Registered Agent (or Registered Office, same thing). Moving on, No. 4 (“For corporations only”), this is not applicable for LLCs, and there’s nothing even fill out so you don’t need to worry about that. You simply just need to sign and then send this off to the State. In the 1st box, you’re going to enter the day, and you’re going to type it like this: the 6th day, or the 10th day, or the 20th day of, enter the month (so let’s just say we’re August), and then the year. So they already put in “20”, so I’m going to go ahead and put in “15”. Moving down in the Signature Area, we’re going to enter the name of the LLC again. Underneath “Title”, you’re going to enter “Managing Member”. Scrolling down, you’ll notice that there is a 2nd page with instructions. Feel free to read through this if you would like, but I’ve covered everything in this video. Going back up to page 1, you can print out both of these documents, and then you’re going to sign here where it says “Signature”. After you print this document out and sign it, you’re going to then send a check or money order for $5, and you’re going to make it payable to “Department of State” which is listed down here in general information, and then you’re going to mail it to the PA Department of State Corporations Bureau in this address here (P.O. Box 8722 in Harrisburg, PA 17105-8722). If you have any questions about the specific form that were not covered in this video, feel free to contact us, or you can call the State here and ask some specific questions about this form. Approximately 1 week after you mail the form to the State, you’ll receive back a copy letting you know that the State has received your Change of Address (which is more specifically called Change of Registered Office). It’s the official street address you use for your LLC. I hope this Lesson has been helpful for you, and that concludes this video.

To change the address of your Pennsylvania LLC, file a Change of Registered Office with the Pennsylvania Corporation Bureau.


Change of Registered Office (PDF)

Filing Fee


Accepted Forms of Payment

Check or Money Order

Make Payable To

“Department of State”

Filing Instructions

Mail Change of Registered Office form along with $5 filing fee to:

Bureau of Corporations
P.O. Box 8722
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8722

Approval Time

You will receive back a stamped and approved Change of Registered Office in 1-2 weeks.

How to change your Pennsylvania LLC address with the IRS

To change your Pennsylvania LLC’s address with the IRS, please see here: How to change your LLC address with the IRS.

How to change your Pennsylvania LLC address with the  Department of Revenue

To change your Pennsylvania LLC’s address with the State Department of Revenue, you need to file Form REV-854.

You can find Form REV-854 here:
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue: Business Registration Forms

You can find the mailing address for Form REV-854 here:
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue: Where do I mail REV-854

Matt Horwitz
Founder & Educator, LLC University®
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