High Desert Corporate Filings is the largest New Mexico LLC filing service, located in downtown Albuquerque. We offer the best, most comprehensive, and private New Mexico LLC filing service.Get Started
State Filing Fees
Our Service Fees
Same Day Service
Limited Mail Forwarding
Registered Agent Service
Totally Anonymous New Mexico LLC
LLC Operating Agreement for Privacy & Protection
LLC Membership Certificates
Chain of Signing Capacity to You
Instant Access to Secure Digital Client Account
Complete Compliance Monitoring Year Round
No Hidden Fees
We Don’t Resell Your Data, Ever
Use of Our Commercial Address on Business Filings
Same-Day Document Scans for all mail received
Do you need additional documents, copies, or a company kit? Unlike other incorporation services, we offer more for less: tax IDs, S-corp filing, Trade Name Service, apostille with overnight shipping, corporate book and seal. If you need it, we have it. See our full range of additional services on our sign-up form. Trade Names can be added for $150 after business formation package is purchased.
How Does a New Mexico LLC Compare to Delaware, Wyoming and Nevada?
No matter what the competition says, the truth is this: no other state offers the same level of savings and privacy that New Mexico does.
We can. New Mexico requires only the following information on your LLC Articles of Organization:
No member names or addresses anywhere. And there are no annual filings in New Mexico, so there are no other documents to file where your information could end up in the public record.
To maintain a private New Mexico LLC, all you need is a reliable New Mexico registered agent.
When you place an order for a New Mexico LLC, we will automatically serve as your New Mexico registered agent and your LLC organizer. That means that the only identifying information listed on your Articles of Organization is our data. Your information remains private.
We will process your order the same day we receive it. We handle all of the paperwork, and we follow through with the New Mexico Corporations Bureau to make sure your LLC is processed properly.
Now that you are a client, you will have access to your secure digital client account. From here, you can monitor your filing, order any New Mexico business filing you will ever need, and access any service of process or business documents that our registered office accepts on your behalf.
As your New Mexico registered agent, we will monitor your state compliance with the Corporations Bureau to help ensure that your company maintains good standing with the Secretary of State.
You cannot maintain privacy without a registered agent. Year to year, we keep your information invisible to the public.
We ask for member names purely as part of our internal client system. We are required by law to have this information in our records so that we can properly contact you if we receive service of process on behalf of your company.
We never repackage or resell your information for any reason. We never reveal the private information of clients unless under court order to do so.
No. The organizer is simply the person who prepares and files your Articles of Organization.
Ownership of your anonymous LLC is laid out in your operating agreement, which is an internal document not filed with the Secretary of State or any other government agency.
Yes, as of 2024, most companies doing business in the US must submit a Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) report to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This required federal filing shows who is in control of (or benefiting financially from) your company by recording the legal name, address, and tax ID for the company. Likewise, beneficial owners and company applicants (in the case of new businesses) record their legal name, date of birth, address, and a copy of a non-expired ID (driver’s license or passport).
The Beneficial Ownership Information report is not public and there is no filing fee. If you formed your LLC prior to 2024, you have the rest of 2024 to file your report. Formed during or after 2024? Your BOI report is due within 30 days of forming your LLC (and within 30 days of any changes made to the report).
Lots of New Mexico LLCs operate under a trade name (commonly called a DBA) because it allows for more possibilities with branding and franchising. If you’re interested in registering a DBA, select our Trade Name Service inside your account after you sign up for our business formation service. If you already have an LLC and want to add a trade name, we can file the amendment for $150. Just add Trade Name Service using your client portal.
A private LLC is a “pass-through” entity. This means that the profits from the company “pass-through” the business to the individual members. Your LLC does not pay any taxes. You, the member, must pay taxes on your individual tax return.
New Mexico does have an individual income tax, but only for residents. If you are a non-resident, then your New Mexico LLC will not pay any taxes within the state.