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    Can a non-U.S. person incorporate a company and serve as its incorporator?

    Last updated: October 2, 2015
  Valcu Support

Can a non-U.S. person incorporate a company and serve as its incorporator?
The incorporator/authorized person of a Delaware corporation or limited liability company does not have to be a United States person. The person cannot, however be an embargoed person, and the company will be required to designate a registered agent in Delaware as its agent for service of process. You should, however, confirm you comply with applicable local laws and regulations, and understand the ongoing compliance obligations of your company and your ownership thereof.
The Valcu tools are designed to accommodate international addresses and telephone numbers (e.g., for adding individuals or entities, click "Not in List" to allow for free form typing of the domicile (usually state and country); the contact forms allow for free form address; and click the +1 button to change the country code on telephone numbers).
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