Nevada Limited Liability Company (LLC) (IBC) Company Formation
Many non-US residents are incorporating in Nevada, with some companies operating inside the US and other solely operating outside. The incorporations available are a Limited Liability Company, C Corporation or S Corporation. LLCs are by far the simplest regarding maintaining the company and filing for taxes, furthermore S Corporations require a US resident shareholder. For these reasons we highly recommend incorporation an LLC.
Company names must be fully unique and approved by the authorities in Florida, we are able to check your proposed company name is appropriate and will be approved without problems.
Companies are required to have a registered office and a registered agent. If the registered office is outside of Nevada the registered agent must be separate and must have a physical address in Nevada where all official company communications may be sent. We are able to provide a registered office and registered agent.
Only one director of any nationality or residency is required to incorporate in Nevada. Company director registers must be filed with the authorities in Nevada.
Only a single shareholder is required who may be of any nationality. For LLC and C Corporations shareholders may be of any residency but S Corporations require a resident shareholder. Shareholder registers must be filed with the State Authorities.
There is no minimum share capital requirements to incorporate in Nevada.
There are no requirements to keep company accounts or file annual financial statements. If a company chooses to keep accounting records these may be kept anywhere in the world.
Once we have received all the require documentation and approved the company name the incorporation process is complete in approximately 3 – 4 days.
Proof of Identity
As part of our due diligence we require proof of identity in the form of a passport copy for all directors and shareholders of the company.
There is no need to visit Nevada in order to incorporate.