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Washington, D.C., Virtual Office Address

Want to do business in Washington, D.C.? You should have a real Washington, D.C., street address. With Bizee’s Virtual Mailbox and scanning service, you can take care of your Washington, D.C., business correspondence effectively and efficiently.

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5 Advantages of a Washington, D.C., Virtual Mailbox

Get a Washington, D.C., street address and you'll enjoy these benefits:

Instant Notifications

Receive important correspondence from the D.C. Department of Licensing and Consumer Protection, as well as the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue

Business Credibility

Build trust with businesses and consumers that prefer working with companies based in Washington, D.C.

(In)Direct Presence

Create a real presence in Washington, D.C., even if you live somewhere else

Online Mailbox

Read your Washington, D.C., mail from anywhere with the help of our convenient and secure web portal

Upgraded Privacy

Never be forced to share your personal address with business contacts

Washington D.C., Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use My Washington D.C., Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

No, we recommend you avoid using your virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. Why? Your Registered Agent should have their own Washington, D.C., address where they can physically receive official mail on your behalf.

Additionally, your Registered Agent's address should only be used for legal mail, while your virtual address can be used for any type of mail.

Need a Washington, D.C., Registered Agent? Our Registered Agent service can meet your needs at a reasonable price.


In What States Does Bizee Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Our Virtual Mailbox services are now available in every state except Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

If you use a Virtual Mailbox service, you can't pick up your mail in-person. Instead, you can only view it online once it's been digitally scanned. Virtual Mailbox services are also unable to receive large packages.


Are Virtual Addresses Legal?

Yes, virtual addresses are legal in every state, as well as in Washington, D.C.