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A Guide for Doing Business in the Navajo Nation

Engaging in commerce on the Navajo Nation can be very rewarding for your business, as the Navajo Nation can offer lower operating costs than are found in most metropolitan areas as well as access to labor and other resources. In order to conduct business activities on the Navajo nation, businesses are required to acquire a business license separate and apart from any business registration the business has with the state. Furthermore, even with the Navajo Nation business license, the business will be subject to additional Navajo Nation regulations, above and beyond applicable federal and state regulations. At C.J. Lee & Associates, P.C., we provide legal counsel to companies conducting business in the Navajo Nation, and can guide you through all steps of the registration process and advise you on all applicable Navajo Nation regulations.

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Visit the Navajo Nation Business Regulatory website for more information:
Or call them at (928) 871-6544 or fax (928) 871-7381.
Or contact them by mail: The Navajo Nation, Division of Economic Development
Post Office 663, Window Rock, Arizona 86515

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