Fill in the appropriate details. Not all entities will require all the information below.
Organization Name: Enter the legal name of the entity.
Texas Secretary of State File Number: This number is issued to an entity by the Texas Secretary of State. Leave this field blank if you have not registered your corporation/limited liability company with the Texas Secretary of State.
Texas Taxpayer Number: This number is issued to an individual/entity by the Comptroller of Public Accounts. If the individual/entity was previously issued a Texas taxpayer number, enter it here. Leave this field blank if you have not previously registered for a Texas taxpayer number.
Federal Employer Identification Number: Enter the Federal Employer Identification Number for the entity. Do NOT enter your Social Security number in this field. Federal Employer Identification numbers are assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). For more information, go to the IRS website.
Texas Dyed Diesel Fuel License Number/Agriculture Number: If the individual/entity has previously been issued this number, enter the 8 character number. Should be 2 letters followed by 8 numbers.
State of Formation: Enter the state in which your entity was formed.
Date of Formation: Enter the date your entity formed.
Country of Formation, if not USA: Select country in which your entity was formed in the dropdown.
State/Country Registration Number: Enter the number assigned to the entity by the home state/country.
Phone Number: Enter the entity's telephone number.
Mailing Address: Enter the entity's mailing address.
City: Enter the city for the mailing address.
State: Enter the state for the mailing address.
Zip Code: Enter the Zip Code for the mailing address.
County: Enter the county where the mailing address is located.
Province: If the mailing address is in a country other than the United States, enter the province.
Country: Enter the country where the mailing address is located.
Postal Code: If the mailing address is in a country other than the United States, enter the postal code.
Has this entity been involved a merger within the last seven years?: Select Yes or No.
A merger occurs when two entities join together into one, with one entity being the survivor and the other entity the non-survivor. The assets and liabilities of the non-survivor entity are usually absorbed into the surviving entity.
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