Establishing a US company is based on your place of residence, rather than your nationality. Therefore, individuals residing in countries such as Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, South Sudan, Sudan, Libya, and Lebanon are prohibited from forming a US company. However, if you hold the nationality of one of these countries but reside in a country that is not on the prohibited list and can provide documentation such as a driver’s license or residence card issued by the country of residence, you can proceed with setting up a US company.
Yes, it is possible to start a company in the US with no initial capital.
For the most part, if a Foreign Owned US LLC meets the following conditions, it is not required to pay U.S. income tax:
To have a physical presence in the US means that you or your employees are physically located in the US, or you have a physical office, warehouse, or any other facility in the country. If none of these conditions are met, then you do not have a physical presence in the US.
Companies opened in the US are real and not virtual. While some documents and procedures may be submitted online, it does not imply that the company is virtual. Instead, it is a standard part of the process for establishing a company.
Your primary address in the US for your company can be used for receiving mail, account statements, invoices, and other similar documents sent to your official mailing address. However, if your business requires receiving commercial shipments, we can provide an additional address that functions as a shipping and supply store for your company. With this address, you can receive commercial shipments within the US and then forward them to any location worldwide.
We accept international credit and debit cards.
Your company’s second year in the US with Nelyax will be $185.
$125 for the Registered Agent, also you may need to pay $60 for your Annual Report, as well as for forms such as 5472 and 112OF.