The process of qualifying entail submitting out-of-state articles of organization, a certificate of good standing from the state of formation, and a fee to the business state secretary of states office.
Typically pay the same fee for qualifying that you would have paid if you had set up the entity in the business state to begin with. Texas, however, is one state that charges out-of-state entities more in fees and it does in state Or Texas found entities.
Of course, the consequence of qualifying is that now the business state has a way to tax you with things occurring within their borders which is why states Assess some high fees if you failed to qualify.
In California the penalties can reach up to 12,000.