NJ will require the members to be listed.
You cannot use your registered agent address as your actual business address unless you are using your own or some other bona fide address. If your RA is a professional one, you will have to use your own address or acquire a virtual address or a proper business location. A "paid for" RA does not double as your business address, just to be clear.
I think you may want to consider discussing this with a legal advisor to make sure everything is handled correctly. These days setting up the entity is not a very expensive endeavor and there are now and will certainly will be later any number of legal considerations and you will appreciate having a relationship with someone that can help.
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It sounds like you're using a service to file your limited liability company. First, in New Jersey you file a "certificate" of formation not "articles" of formation. Secondly, your business address should be the actual business address, not the address of the registered agent. Why do you have a separate registered agent if you already have a business office in New Jersey?
Also, the law has changed in New Jersey effective March 18, 2013. Unless you have an operating agreement that clarifies many of the issues, you may find that the LLC will be functioning differently than what you planned. Therefore, it's crucial speak with an attorney about the establishment of your business.
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Nj has a website that clearly spells out your obligations.Its user friendly and keyword based.Read it.
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