Not at all! You can form an LLC (Limited Liability Company) or C-corp from almost anywhere* in the world with our team of experts! We work closely to ensure that every step is taken care of for you.
We understand how important your time is. That is why we tried to keep our onboarding as simple as possible. We only require:
Your contact information (i.e. Your name, email address, phone number etc.)
A name for your new US company
A photo ID (government-issued passport preffered)
That’s it we will take it from there and your new business will be registered in the US in your preferred state.
We can start the process with any valid photo ID. However a government issued a passport is highly recommended as most banks only accepts passport for non-US citizens for KYC.
This is a question that you have to ask yourself, and there are pros and cons both ways. Here we can give an insight into what might be best for your business in general terms:
An LLC is a fantastic option for new firms if you want liability protection and flexibility (minimal administrative upkeep, tax flexibility). LLCs are super simpler to establish and run.
A C Corporation is a fantastic option if you need to raise US venture capital or are in the process of doing so. In C Corporations shares can easily be sold and transferred as needed (to expand beyond one’s initial constraints).
If you are interested in forming an LLC then our recommendation would be to go with Wyoming. If are forming an C-Corp then we suggest you to chose Delaware.
Almost all the states certainly require you to have a registered agent for your business. Even if your state does not require one, you should consider acquiring one. A registered agent is a responsible third party in the same state as the business who can receive service of process notices, letters from the Secretary of State, and other formal government notifications on behalf of the corporation or LLC, such as tax forms and notices of lawsuits.
No. The Registered Agent service fee is included in the pricing for both Wyoming and Delaware company formation packages for the first year. After the complimentary first year, you will be responsible for all fees associated with maintaining your business.
Yes, we will use the registered agent’s address as your company’s primary mailing address. You can use your business address to receive mail. All mail will be opened and scanned and uploaded to your mailbox. You can also ask for the mail to be forwarded to your physical location for a fee + the postage. However, you cannot receive parcels and packages.
You can get a unique address for your business as well. You can opt to get a unique address at checkout.