Category: Foreign Qualification
Your business is growing. Opportunity is calling and it’s now time to expand your company’s presence and operations beyond your “home” state where you initially registered your business. For some, these opportunities may consist of advantageous sales prospects, meeting the needs of a new market or even favorable tax environments. But before you can move forward […]
Your small business may evolve into a foreign corporation. But what does that mean, and how can you achieve that status? Read on to find out.
If you are a green card holder (also known as a “permanent resident” by the U.S. government), you can perform any “legal work of your qualification and choosing.” These rights include the freedom to start a business in accordance with the laws of your state.
While it is possible for your friend or relative in a foreign country to start an LLC, there are several restrictions and special requirements for foreign business owners who want to start a business in the U.S.
Are Non-U.S. Residents Allowed to Own a Corporation or LLC? The short answer is “it depends”. Corporations are required to be owned by citizens or resident aliens. This is because an owner must reside in the jurisdiction, or have a physical presence, in order to be incorporated. This is to ensure that the business is […]
Let’s say you are a non-United States citizen who is looking to form an LLC in the U.S. We’ve got you covered on everything involving the difference between foreign, domestic and international LLCs.