Question: What information will a reporting company have to report about its company applicants?
Answer: For each individual who is a company applicant, a reporting company will have to provide:
- The individual’s name;
- Date of birth;
- Address; and
- An identifying number from an acceptable identification document such as a passport or U.S. driver’s license, and the name of the issuing state or jurisdiction of the identification document.
The reporting company will also have to report an image of the identification document used to obtain the identifying number in item 4.
If the company applicant works in corporate formation—for example, as an attorney or corporate formation agent—then the reporting company must report the company applicant’s business address. Otherwise, the reporting company must report the company applicant’s residential address.