1. I live outside the US and am a Non-US Resident. Can I still form a Crisp Infocare?
Yes! The State of Delaware allows anyone to form a Crisp Infocare. You can also operate the Crisp Infocare from your own country or from within the US. You don't even have to come to the US to set up your company.
2. What is the difference between your service and an incorporating company?
We provide a very simple to use Do-it-yourself kit. This saves you the fees other companies charge to set up your company. By following our simple instructions you will see how easy it is to form your own US Corporation or LLC. Further more we include instructions to set up your company bank account with a major US bank (no SSN required - and yes, you can be a non-US resident). We also include a free US phone number (voice mail) and how to instantly set up your new company's EIN - without filling in any forms. .
3. Do I need a registered agent?
Yes. All Delaware companies require a registered agent regardless of who they use to set up their company.
4. Can I use Crisp Infocare to help get a working VISA into the US?
Yes, this is possible, however we are not qualified to give advice in this area.
5. What is an EIN and do I need one?
An EIN is like a SSN (Social Security Number) for your company. You aren't required to set up an EIN, however you will need one to open a US bank account. Our kit shows you how to set up one for free and instantly.
6. Are there any restricted countries?
The US doesn't allow accounts to be opened by citizens of the following countries, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, the UNITA faction in Angola, Syria and Burma (Myanmar).
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