History of Delaware

Delaware is one of 50 states in the United States, located in the northeast of the country, neighboring New Jersey and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It 'was the first state to sign the Constitution of the United States in 1787 (hence its motto "It's nice to be the first"). And 'now it considered one of the most attractive and profitable offshore destinations worldwide.

Delaware as an offshore center

Target ordinary tax, Delaware does not allow billing in Europe (the risk of re-qualification), but can be a good way to get a permanent resident visa to the United States. Frequently used in the registration of boats, cars and real estate purchases, moving company in Delaware are governed by the common law and the law of Delaware Corporation 1994-5.

Similar to a classic offshore company (IBC), the limited liability company (LLC) is a company which has existed since 1991. An LLC has the same benefits as a traditional IBC and can be created by non-residents. This type of company has no shareholders and can not engage in commercial activity in the United States or to hire American workers. The profits earned outside the country's borders are not taxed.

Setting up an offshore company in Delaware is a good way to get a coveted green card, allowing you to live and work permanently in the United States. To become an American citizen, you must have had a green card for at least 5 years and apply for naturalization.

Types of Delaware Company

Once the required documents have been assembled, and fees paid, the company can be created in just two days. The various types of companies in Delaware are the same across the country:

  • The Close Corporation
  • The Profit Corporation
  • The S Corporation
  • The limited liability company
  • The General Corporation