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Alaska Virtual Office Address

If you're expanding your business to Alaska, it makes sense to have an Alaska address. With Bizee’s Virtual Mailbox and mail scanning service, you can get a real Alaska street address to receive all your AK-based business correspondence.

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5 Advantages of an Alaska Street Address and Virtual Mailbox

See what having a real Alaska street address can do for you:

Instant Notifications

Receive important mail from Alaska's Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing, as well as the Alaska Department of Revenue

Business Credibility

Strengthen your reputation with businesses and customers that want to work with Alaskan companies

(In)Direct Presence

Establish a legitimate Alaska presence, even if you live in another state

Online Mailbox

Read your Alaska mail from anywhere with an internet connection via our secure web portal

Upgraded Privacy

Keep your personal address confidential

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We get your mailIt’s time to get off the sidelines and into the game

If you want to do business in Alaska, it makes sense to have a real Alaska street address.

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Alaska Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use an AK Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

No, we recommend you don't use your Alaska virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. To reliably receive official, legal mail on your behalf, your Registered Agent should have their own Alaska street address.

Additionally, your Registered Agent's address should be used only for legal mail, while your virtual mailbox can be used for any and all business correspondence.


In What States Do You Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Virtual Address services are available to customers in all states except for Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

With a Virtual Mailbox service, you can't physically pick up your mail at a designated location. Instead, you can only view your mail online via digital scanning. Virtual Mailbox services are also unable to receive large packages.


Are Virtual Addresses Legal?

Yes, virtual addresses are legal in all 50 states. In fact, you can even use a virtual address as your official business address. Just be sure to use a different address for your Registered Agent's address, for the reasons explained above.