1. Determine Which Business Entity to Form: LLC or Corporation
You can incorporate an LLC or a corporation (also known as a “C-Corporation” or “Regular Corporation”) if any of the company’s owners—referred to as “Shareholders” for corporations and “Members” for LLCs—are not citizens of the United States. Another organization kind is known as a “S-Corporation,” but it necessitates US citizenship for all of its stockholders.
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A US Corporation or LLC may have an unlimited number of owners, regardless of the nation in which they reside, whether they are people or other businesses (domestic or international corporations, LLCs, etc.). If you are unclear of local requirements, it is crucial to check your local laws and, if required, engage an attorney knowledgeable with both US law and your case. Your home country may have limits on the kind of US corporation that may operate there.