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Jan 15 2020

Favorite State of the Union 2020: Part 2

by John Gordon | 18:01 GMT

#FavoriteStateOfTheUnion2020 Posting 2: How a “favorite” fits in with our setting-up process   If you’re about to launch a venture in a foreign country, you had better have a plan, and do your homework in advance to have a chance at success. Over the past few decades of helping non-US residents set up US companies, […]

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Dec 16 2019

Favorite State of the Union 2020: Part 1

by John Gordon | 20:12 GMT

#FavoriteStateOfTheUnion2020 – The Criteria For Choosing A State In Which To Set Up A Successful US Business As A Non-US Resident   “In the Middle East, the business capital of the world is the US, and the business capital of the US is New York. This is why I chose New York to set up […]

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Apr 24 2019

The curious case of Citgo Petroleum Corporation and the Future of Venezuela

by John Gordon | 21:04 GMT

The US government has moved to prevent the government of Venezuela from profiting from its largest and most profitable foreign asset: Citgo Petroleum Corporation. Citgo is a US C-corporation owned by the Venezuelan state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela SA, or PDVSA. The rival Venezuelan government, led by the head of the National Assembly, Juan […]

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Apr 11 2019

Israelis Now Eligible for U.S. Investor Visa

by John Gordon | 20:04 GMT

After several years of delay, Israeli citizens are now eligible to apply for the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa. The E-2 visa is one of a few visas that allow citizens of a limited number of nations to set up and operate a business within the United States on a temporary basis. Benefits of the E-2 […]

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