As a Nevada banker I will try to give a little insight here. We do accept out of state IDs, albeit with a secondary ID as well, for consumers at our bank, but we are wary of opening commercial accounts for businesses that may be registered in NV, but not actually doing business in NV. As part of our KYC we do site visits for commercial accounts, and we won't accept the office of a Registered Agent as proof of doing business in NV. There are some banks that will take these types of accounts, but we consider them too risky and won't accept them unless we can make a valid case for it. For instance, if we have a commercial client who has a partial ownership in a another business we may consider it, but in general we do not. I once worked for a bank that did accept them for awhile, and it was a nightmare. Constantly receiving subpoenas, etc. on the accounts. It was not worth it and the bank did eventually stop.
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