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Incorporating a company outside US

Asked by: Ranjith - 5 February, 2013 Is it mandatory to have physical presence (office or resident executives) in the US to have a company incorporated?
Answered by: Ray Albert - 5 February, 2013 Ranjith,

It is very common for non-U.S. residents to own U.S. businesses.

You are not required to have any U.S. physical presence when forming or operating a U.S. business, as you may use a home or business address in your home country as the primary business address.

We have a research article titled 'U.S. Companies for Foreigners', which details the process, as well as offers side-by-side comparisons to the different entity types and top recommended states, and guides you through the application process.


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