When incorporate your LLC in Delaware, USA with us you get:
- Registration of Limited Liability Company in Delaware, USA in 24h
- Registrar Agent in Delaware, USA
- Registrar Office in Delaware, USA
- Certificate of formation for your LLC
- Minutes of organizational meeting of LLC
- Documents signed before a Notary Public
- Statement of action taken to organize LLC
- File Number for your new LLC in 24h
- Corporate Kit, EIN Procurement, Certified Copies, Apostille, Certificate of Good Standing (if ordered)
Corporate Kit – is tool designed to help you maintain corporate compliance. It come with sample printed templates for various company resolutions and actions. The LLC Kit will contain a sample operating agreement and will also provide record keeping materials to record membership interests. Corporate kit will also include 20 pre-printed membership certificates and a corporate seal.
EIN Procurement – we will provide you with the IRS SS-4 Form and IRS Instructions, as well as a Third Party Designee form. These must be completed and signed by applicant. We acting in the capacity of Third Party Designee, will submit the completed SS-4 form to the IRS on the applicant’s behalf. We do not fill out form or offer tax or accounting advice regarding the form’s completion.
A Certified Copy is a one-page certificate attached to your Certificate of Formation. It is issued by the Delaware Secretary of State and certifies the attached document to be a true and accurate representation of what is on file with the Delaware Division of Corporations.
An Apostille is a one-page certificate issued by the Secretary of State which is attached to a certified copy of your certificate of incorporation. It is a form of authentication issued for documents that will be used in countries that are part of the international “Convention de le Haye du 5 Octobre 1961″.
A Certificate of Good Standing is a “stand alone” certification by the Delaware Secretary of State that the company is in good standing as of the date of issuance of the certificate. The fact that these are dated makes them perishable. A certificate of good standing may be required by another state or country when you register with them as a foreign company planning on doing business in their jurisdiction. A bank may also request a Certificate of Good Standing when you open a business account.