Foreign Nationals - Visas
U.S. citizenship and residency are not required!
Selling your goods and services on the internet lets you reach the global marketplace. Getting started with duties and customs laws, you may need to hire an accountant or an attorney.
Helping US companies Import & Export - export.gov
Selling Internationally - Federal Trade Commission
US Customs and Boarder Protection - Homeland Security
Tax Information for International Business - IRS
ITIN for Foreign Nationals - IRS
It's a new world. You too can become a multinational corporation with business interests spread across the globe in major markets. And one of the most exciting markets to tap is the US. Let IncSmart.biz open your doors. Open a US Company today.
Your new US company will bill your foreign corporation roughly what the foreign corporations yearly profit would be for the services it provides. You can transfer all your profits from your foreign company into the US, and shareholders and directors do not have to live in US in order to run the company. They can live anywhere in the world.
Now you can enjoy your foreign companies profits in the US. There are some states with no state, corporate or franchise taxes. If your foreign company did not make any profit last year, you probably won't pay any government taxes at home.
By owning a US Corporation, you have partly gained some US Citizenship, giving you dual citizenship. You could even choose to be employed in the United States. Through your corporation, you have access to the benefits of any US company.
E2 Visa - American business investment of $50K or more may qualify you for this visa if you are a citizen of a E2 Treaty country.
L Visa - International company opening branch in America and requiring employee transfers from oversea office to American office.