I live outside the U.S and am operating exclusively online. I am formalizing with the Oregon Secretary of State’s corporate division and realise that they require a physical contact address for my budding operation, which (physical address) must be quite apart from the mail-receiving agent address that I’ve been running on.
Would you know of any place in Oregon where I could be allowed effectively “virtual use” of a physical address for this purpose?
In practice, I don’t even need a cubicle or desk or any physical presence at that address, for the forseeable future. And I can continue using my existing mailing address for any physical mail.
This borders on a legality question so I can’t provide any advice on this. If I were you,
I’d Google virtual or shared-space office companies in Oregon and contact them to see if they offer a virtual address space and mail forwarding service. I know in some states you can use a physical mail center address, but not sure what Oregon specifically requires. A virtual space provider in the area would have more insight to what’s allowed in the state.
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