Telecommunication and Carrier Companies MUST Use a Washington D.C. Registered Agent

These are the Washington D.C. Process Servers Who Serve Registered Agents on Behalf of Corporate Entities

Arnie's Process Serving and Court Services

Arnold Pasternack

Washington DC

Metro Process

Artie Scott

Washington DC

Corporate Processing

Gary Brooks

Washington DC

Nationwide Process Serving

Larry Boles

Washington DC

Gotcha Good

Becky Saunders

Washington DC

Chase and Serve

Paul Winthrop

Washington DC

When its time to serve a Telecommunication or Carrier company, the FCC requires the subject entity to have a District of Columbia Registered Agent for Accepting Process Serving Services

We Listed the District of Columbia Process Servers who meet with and engage Telecommunication Company Registered Agents for the sole purpose of delivering or serving legal documents in an official capacity.

Here are some instances of the types of documents that a Washington D.C. Registered Agent for Telecommunications Companies (also known as a "statutory agent," "resident agent," or "corporate agent") may receive on behalf of Telecommunications and Carrier companies:

  • Bank Levies
  • Bankruptcy Summons
  • Cease and Desist
  • Citations
  • Civil Summons
  • Class Action Cases
  • Creditor Summons
  • Cross Complaints
  • Cross Complaints
  • Demand Letters
  • Evictions and Foreclosures
  • Family Law
  • Federal Summons
  • Federal Subpoenas
  • Foreclosures
  • Garnishments
  • Notices and Letters
  • Notifications
  • Orders
  • Personal Subpoenas
  • Probate Matters
  • Record Subpoenas
  • Restraining Orders
  • Small Claims
  • Subpoena's
  • Summons and Complaints
  • Trial Subpoenas
  • U.S.D.C. Lawsuits
  • U.S.D.C. Subpoenas
  • Wage Garnishments
  • Wills and Estates
  • Witness Subpoenas
  • Writs of Execution
  • Writs

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For your ease of use and access to listed Washington D.C. Process Servers, please note the following:

  • Since Washington D.C. Process Servers know the law requires all FCC Telecommunication companies are required to have a D.C. Registered Agent on file with the FCC, serving process is easy.
  • All Telecommunication businesses must file a form with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). This form designates a person or a Washington D.C. Registered Agent office to accept service of process, legal documents and subpoenas on behalf of Telecommunication companies. The Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent, also called Telecommunication representatives, are third party companies who Process servers meet with to serve legal documents in Washington D.C.
  • All Telecommunication carriers are required to appoint a Washington D.C. process agent in the District of Columbia.
  • The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent for service of process is the Telecommunication company statutory agent, located in D.C., and may receive legal actions, subpoenas and notice of any actions against the company in D.C.. The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent functions as a conduit between the legal system and the Telecommunication company. This enables court actions to be served in the jurisdiction in which the event occurred, and eliminates the need to search for the location of a Telecommunication domiciled in another jurisdiction. To locate a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent, please use our search window and type in the agent name and state.

What are the Benefits of Having a Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent?


A Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent helps ensure legal documents are received and responded to promptly. By being available all day on all workdays, a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent will not miss any critical mail deliveries. Having a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent provides some privacy to its corporate clients keeping information away from public use. Rather than your business's physical address going on the public record with the state, your Telecommunication Company Registered Agent's information will appear there instead.

Your Telecommunication company Washington D.C. Registered Agent will make sure you are informed about any paperwork you need to review and on which you need to take action. That will help you stay in good standing because you will avoid missing a statutory deadline that could result in a judgment.

Duties of a Washington D.C. Telecommunication Company Registered Agent

The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent must have a physical location in D.C. A P.O. Box will not suffice. This means if a Telecommunication business conducts business in any or all states, they must appoint a District of Columbia Telecommunication Company Registered Agent.

Defining a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent

A Telecommunication Company Registered Agent is a legal entity or individual appointed under state law to accept service of process and other legal documents on behalf of a Telecommunication corporate entities.

The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent's role is important, especially when a company is located out of state.

Here are a few of the Washington D.C. Telecommunication Company Registered Agent responsibilities:

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  • Every company needs a way for the public to contact it regarding legal matters. That is the role the Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent serves.
  • A Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent service is a company that accepts notices and services of process for Telecommunication companies.
  • These Telecommunication Company Registered Agent services have procedures to notify companies when legal documents arrive.
  • The Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent of a limited liability company is responsible for maintaining a copy of the company's operating agreement and the articles of incorporation.
  • The Telecommunication Company Washington D.C. Registered Agent must keep the required documents at the location listed in the articles of incorporation.

What does a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent in Washington D.C. Do?

Almost every state requires a Telecommunication or carrier corporation to have a Washington D.C. Registered Agent (sometimes called a D.C. resident agent, D.C. statutory agent, or D.C. agent for service of process). The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent address is the address that will be used by the FCC for any official legal and tax correspondence. The Telecommunication Company Registered Agent address must be a physical, in state street address; P.O. Boxes are not acceptable.

The main function of the Telecommunication Company Registered Agent is to be available during normal business hours so that official legal process may be delivered and signed for if needed.

A Telecommunication Company D.C. Registered Agent must be available to receive and sign for official correspondence during normal business hours. They will receive documents from official bodies and notify you, forwarding the information. The type of correspondence they receive includes:

Official letters and correspondence from the Secretary of State, Division of Corporations, or other state government agencies

Responsible for accepting demands and notifications on behalf of Telecommunication corporations

Receiving service of process notices on behalf of a client Telecommunications company

Are There Other Names for a Telecommunication Company Registered Agent?

Telecommunication Company Registered Agent can be known by various names in Washington D.C.. These names include: Agent for Service of Process, Statutory Agent, Telecommunication Company Registered Agent, and Telecommunications Resident Agent, Telecommunication FCC and Washington D.C. Statutory Agents



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