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Opening a corporation where the officers are not revealed. I

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Opening a corporation where the officers are not revealed.
I have opened a few in Nevada however the officer show up on the stated web site.
I’m told Delaware does not show who the officers are.
Is this true
Can you give me some insight on this please?
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The party who incorporates the Nevada LLC show up online, but the Nevada LLA can keep the officers anonymous by filing the LLC only in the name of the initial owner or manager. Only the initial owner's name appears.

DE law is that you are not required to list officers or directors.on the filings.

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