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My eCorp Frequently Asked Questions




The Document Upload Application is available Monday thru Thursday from 7:45 am to 11:59 pm EST and on Friday from 7:45 am to 10:30 pm EST.  The application will not be available during weekends, State holidays and unexpected closures of the Division of Corporations.

If a document is received by this office in proper form and all required fees are paid when received, the document will be filed with the date and time it was received in this office as soon as we are able to process the regular, non-expedited work for that date. Regular (non-expedited) work takes on average between 10 and 15 business days to process. However, due to the large amounts of work received in March, June and December, your request/document will take longer to process at these times of the year. During these peak periods, the processing time can be 3 – 4 weeks as long as there are no issues with the request which could cause further processing time delays. Any document can receive expedited service at any time of the year. Please see our fee chart located on our web site.
In order to change the Submitter Name and/or Address, please contact the Division of Corporations Technical Support Section by email at Dosdoc_Tech_Support@Delaware.gov .
Unfortunately, user names cannot be changed once created.  You may create a new account with the desired username.
If the filings are associated, the filings must be uploaded as one PDF document.  Each filing will be assigned a Service Request Number and your My eCorp account will display the Service Request Number of the initial filing and the associated Service Request Numbers created after submission.
The Division requires all UCC filings be submitted to the Division electronically. The filing office will not accept UCC filings submitted directly to the State via mail, courier, fax or document upload. Electronic UCC filings may be submitted directly to the Division via the State’s e-UCC web application or through a variety of UCC XML submitters. UCC filings may be submitted through an Authorized UCC Filer who will submit the filing electronically to the Division. Delaware is providing to you a list of Authorized UCC Filers within the State who will continue the reputation Delaware strives to maintain. The Service Companies on the list of Authorized UCC Filers have had a long-standing relationship with the State of Delaware and have been approved by the Delaware Division of Corporations in the submission of UCC filings.  If you have any questions regarding UCC requests, please contact the UCC Section at 302-739-3073, option 4.
Your confirmation and the submitted document may be viewed in your My eCorp account under the Orders tab.
For security reasons, this information cannot be stored on our records.  Payment information is required on each submission.
You may view the status of the request in your My eCorp account under the Filings or Orders tab.  Notifications will not be sent by email however, if there is an issue with your request, you will be contacted by a Customer Service Representative or you can contact our office for additional information at 302-739-3073.
The request will be returned by the method chosen when the request was submitted.   The requests processed by the Division of Corporations will not be available to be downloaded or viewed on line.  Invoices for completed requests/services may be obtained through your My eCorp account for 90 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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