I have an LLC in Texas and I am applying for PE and firm licensure in other states. Some states explicitly states like North Dakota and Louisiana explicitly say that you have to register as a commercial business with that state to get approval for your your firm. I can't get around those states that require it. When I talked with my lawyer, he stated that registering in other states your llc would only be required if my company did some things that made it hard to argue that we aren't a business of that state like setting up an office. What are your guys and gals experience with foreign or commercial state business registration?
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