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Louisiana Virtual Office Address

If you're expanding your business to Louisiana, you can benefit from a Louisiana street address. And with Bizee’s complete Virtual Mailbox service, managing all your Louisiana business correspondence is easier than ever.

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5 Advantages of a Louisiana Street Address and Virtual Mailbox

See why you should get a real Louisiana street address for your business:

Instant Notifications

Never miss essential mail from the Louisiana Secretary of State and Louisiana Department of Revenue

Business Credibility

Earn the trust of businesses and customers who prefer working with Louisiana-based companies

(In)Direct Presence

Build a legitimate Louisiana presence, even if you live in another state (or even another country)

Online Mailbox

Access all of your Louisiana mail from wherever you are with the help of our secure web portal and mail scanning service

Upgraded Privacy

Keep your personal address completely confidential

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We get your mail

It’s time to get off the sidelines and into the game

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

Louisiana Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use a LA Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

No, you should avoid listing your Louisiana virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. That's because your Registered Agent should have their own street address where they can physically receive mail on your business's behalf.

Plus, your virtual address can be used for all kinds of mail, while your Registered Agent's address should ideally be used for official, legal mail.

Need a Louisiana-based Registered Agent? Our Registered Agent service will meet your needs while keeping your wallet happy.


In What States Do You Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Our services can be used in all states except for Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

With a Virtual Mailbox service, you won't be able to pick up your mail in person at a physical location. Instead, you can only view your mail online via a web portal. Virtual Mailbox services also can't receive large parcels on your behalf.