Latest update: 07/30/2020 at 8:19 am pst
CORPSMART™ offices remain open and unaffected at this time.
- Mostly all services are available through electronic methods.
- The ASIC remains closed, but has electronic capabilities.
- The country remains on lock down, and restrictions will slowly begin to be loosened.
- Businesses were allowed to resume the week of May 4, 2020.
- All government agencies are now open, however, delays are to be expected.
British Virgin Islands:
- Registries and courts are now open at full capacity.
- All services are now available.
- The Corporate Registry is running and all corporate services are available.
- The only closures are courts, however searches are still available through electronic means.
- The corporate Registry is estimated to open the week of May 18, 2020.
- There are multiple online services still available.
- Closed until further notice.
- Corporate Registries and courts are now open.
- Banks and tax offices are now open and fully functional.
- Businesses, Courts and Corporate Registry start returning to work (as of May 18, 2020).
- Some consulates and embassies are remaining closed until further notice.
- The Governor of Guam has issued a state of emergency effective March 15, 2020.
- All non-essential government offices which includes the Department of Revenue & Taxation are to remain closed.
- The state of emergency for all above is in effect until at least June 5, 2020.
- The Treasurer of Guam has limited cashier operations for now until further notice – able to make tax payments, file and pay tax returns with tax liability due, as well as estimated tax payments.
- Collections assessment payments are also being accepted by collection officers assigned at the Treasurer office.
- The Guam Tax Department got the green light to resume operations, we are being notified that the Tax Department will re-open May 18, 2020.
- Registries have opened and are now able to process certified documents.
- Government offices and businesses are still working remotely (as of May 15, 2020).
- The corporate registry is still offering mostly all services, but with delays.
- The lock down is expected for another month or two.
- The country is under lock down and the corporate registry is closed until further notice.
- Some online services are available.
- Registry is closeduntil March 29, 2020, at minimum.
- The Luxembourg authorities continue to work but on a reduced schedule (i.e. their offices are only open in the morning). This can be lead to delays in requests.
- The Trade and Companies Register in Luxembourg remains open.
- Mostly all Corporate Registries are estimated to open the week of May 18, 2020 at limited capacities.
- Multiple online services are still available.
- Businesses are beginning to open and the corporate registry is open.
- The Government of Panama has issued Executive Decree No. 500 of March 19, 2020 instructing all businesses (with a few strategic exceptions) to close as of midnight March 20, 2020 for 30 days in an effort to reduce, mitigate and control the virus.
- Courts and the corporate registry still remain closed, but are expected to start opening within the next few weeks.
- Businesses are starting to return to work (starting as of May 14, 2020).
- The Department of State is closed.
- All Walk In Services are cancelled.
- Online Filings are still being accepted.
- The Department of State has extended the annual report due date to July 15, 2020.
- These apply to all in-person visits, such as request for Certified Copies, Extracts, Good Standings and possible due diligence searches. All electronic filings, document retrievals and searches should not be affected.
- Local agencies and courts continue to be closed to the public. Some are working remotely (Department of State, Department of Treasury, HR & Work Department, etc.).
- The Federal Court is open (limited days for the public) and there are some filings and searches we can perform online.
- The Country and Corporate Registry are still closed.
- Announcements will be made when re-openings begin.
- Legalization services are suspended until June 1, 2020.
- Document copies and lien searches remain available without disruption.
- The MFA has partially reopened and are available to process Apostilles with significant delays due to staff shortage and acceptance of postal orders.
- The Registry is open and processing requests.
- Suspended same day services and have allowed the online filing of some documents.
- Corporate Registries and businesses may open the week of May 18, 2020.
For any immediate requests, please contact a CORPSMART™ representative by calling (800) 737-8012 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.