North Carolina Conversion Information

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Conversion is the process of changing the entity type or the entity type and home state of a business. Conversions become more complex when an entity is registered in multiple states. See the table below for details on filing a conversion in North Carolina.

North Carolina Conversion From a Corporation to a Professional Corporation

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

B-11: Articles of Amendment (Conversion of Business Corporation to Professional Corporation)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Corporation to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Corporation to a Professional Corporation

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

B-11: Articles of Amendment (Conversion of Business Corporation to Professional Corporation)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Corporation to a Nonprofit Corporation

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

B-13: Articles of Amendment (Conversion to Nonprofit Corporation)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a LLC

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

L-01A: Articles of Organization, LLC (Conversion of Business Entity)

Agency Fee:

$125

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a LLC to a PLLC

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

L-21: Amendment of Articles of Organization (Conversion to a PLLC)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a LLC to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Nonprofit Corporation to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Professional Corporation to a Corporation

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

PC-04: Articles of Amendment (Conversion of Professional Corporation to Business Corporation)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Professional Corporation to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Professional Corporation to a Corporation

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

PC-04: Articles of Amendment (Conversion of Professional Corporation to Business Corporation)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Limited Partnership to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Limited Liability Partnership to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17

North Carolina Conversion From a Limited Liability Limited Partnership to a Foreign Entity

Agency:North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
Form:

BE-16: Articles of Conversion (to foreign entity)

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:6/13/17
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