Delaware USA

DELAWARE COMPANY REGISTRATION


Delaware company registration for non residents is a smart and profitable solution for international business. After you form a Delaware LLC (Limited Liability Company), you are not personally liable with your personal property and assets for obligations of your non resident Delaware LLC.
Similar types of registrations are GmbH in Germany, Ltd in Great Britain, etc.

 

2 ways of forming an LLC in Delaware

1st option – Apart from company name, registry date, registered address and information about the registered agent, the documents will also include the name of the managing member (owner).

2nd option – Includes all information from Option 1 but without the names of the company managing members/owners being listed on the Certificate of Formation. This is the only document available to the public and besides you, Registered Agent and the Formation Agent (Euro Commerce LLC), no one has access to the company ownership structure. You manage the company with the ‘Power of Attorney’. These documents are not made public. They are issued by the Registered Agent in the USA (legally responsible for the company’s registration), notarized and certified with Apostille confirming their veracity and authenticity.

Although Certificate of Formation is a public document and can be ordered from the Delaware Corporate Registry, it is not published on the internet, or in any other print form. The procedure to obtain a copy of this document is not easy, but it is possible to get hold of one.

 

forming an LLC in Delaware

In order to start with the formation, please provide us with the following:

  • Copy of the passport
  • Name of the company. Please send 2-3 names of your choice. It must NOT contain words such as BANK, INSURANCE, LOTTERY and UNIVERSITY (Company is not allowed to pursue with listed business)
  • Address, telephone number and e-mail address (contact person)
  • Your payment to the Euro Commerce LLC bank account

Kindly note that a legal entity can also incorporate the Delaware company. In this case, company documents have to be presented.