Non-residents

 
 

How to Set Up a US Company as a Non-Resident

A non-resident even more steps to go through than a US resident. There are more income tax issues for non-residents who want to take their income out of the US. Obtaining an appropriate US work visa and opening a bank account are also problems. Each of these topics is very complicated.

The steps outlined below cover the critical steps that must be addressed before a business can be launched.

 

Checklist: How to set up a US Company as a Non-Resident

Step 1: Determination Stage

Step 1, determine what exactly you want to do, where and how you want to do it, how much it will cost and whether or not you have the budget. In this step, you need to determine:

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Step 2: Planning Stage

In the Company Planning Stage you will determine such practical matters as:

 

Step 3: Action Stage

After completing the Company Planning Stage, the Action Stage should be very smooth and fast:

  1. Provide the necessary documents
  2. Form the company
  3. Register the company in other states as needed
  4. Hold the organizational meeting, appointing the officers and directors, issuing shares to the shareholders and taking such other actions as necessary
  5. Obtain the federal Employer Identification Number
  6. Prepare and file BE-13 Survey with US Bureau of Economic Statistics
  7. Open your bank account
  8. Start business: buy, lease or rent office space, hire employees, market the products, etc
 
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