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Actually, one does not "move" the corporation. They can simply register a corporation in a state. Ergo, one has two options when they wish to relocate a corporation to another state - they can:
1) register it as a DOMESTIC corporation (if the company is based out of the state); or
2) register it as a FOREIGN corporation (if the company is based out of another state but is doing business in the state in which the registration is being created).
The most practical move for someone in your situation is:
1) Register this as a DOMESTIC corporation once you have an address on the ground in NJ - here
2) Wind up and terminate the corporation in NY at the end of your fiscal year. This would essentially dissolve your NY corporation.
Then, you shall have a domestic NJ corporation in place, and the NY corporation shall be dissolved. It is that simple.
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