Business Setup Worldwide will assist you in setting up an Offshore Company in Delaware in a stress-free and simplified manner. Follow the five simple steps given below to set up an offshore business in Delaware.
Fill out an Application Form
The experts at Business Setup Worldwide will assist you in setting up an Offshore Company in Delaware. The various services to initiate the incorporation process are:
- Choose a trading name which is not already in use.
- Provide the company and personal details.
- Understand the business and recommend other services required.
Uploading your Documents
A confirmation mail will be received after submitting the Application form. This confirmation mail will consist of a unique client ID and will also consist of a request to upload the identification documents. These documents will include:
- Copy of passport or personal ID
- Address proof (utility bill, bank statement, personal address etc.)
- Recent bank statement or reference letter
- A business plan
- Curriculum Vitae
Register the Company
You need to make the payment for the services availed. The payment can be made via bank transfer, credit card or via cash. A dedicated account manager will also be provided who will act as a point of contact for the company and will also take care of the complete incorporation process. The services of the manager will include:
- Register your business
- Submit the relevant documents
- Review of the business
As the company is registered, it may require some additional services. The dedicated account manager will help in:
- Setting up an offshore bank account
- Providing IP services in Delaware
- Accounting and Auditing services
- Providing Nominee Director services
- Corporate Secretarial services
Company Kit Dispatch
Finally, you will receive a company kit which will consist of various documents relevant to the company. This kit will include:
- Certificate of Incorporation
- Business License
- Business registration
- Memorandum and Articles of Association
- A resolution relating to the nomination of director and the distribution of shares