Business Law: Establishing in U.S.
Business law is constantly changing and with various types of business entities available to operate a business in the U.S., which structure is best for you?
Regardless of your legal status in the U.S., you may create a company and invest. There are limits, however, with how involved you may be in your company.
For example, to qualify for an H-1B visa your company may need to be structured in such a way that you are a bona fide employee not involved in the management of the company. For an E-2 Treaty Trader Investor visa, you must show control of the management of the company. An L-1 visa requires a qualifying relationship with a foreign company.
Opportunities & Legal Status
It is imperative that you consult an Immigration Attorney immediately if new business opportunities have been presented threatening the validity of your legal status. Often foreign investors seek new investments after visa approval, or changes in the ownership interests.
Any changes can affect the validity of your visa or status. Attorney Ana Senior can evaluate your case so you may pursue new opportunities within the boundaries of your legal status.
How Chandoke Senior Can Help
While a Limited Liability Company (LLC) offers flexibility, is that preferable to a corporation with your specific needs?
Contact Attorney Ana Senior for an evaluation of your current businesses or business prospects to adhere to the federal immigration laws, while establishing employment or businesses in the United States. Ana, afterall, is a leading expert in business law.
Contracts are important for any person or business that is involved in a transaction. A contract allows everyone involved in a transaction to know what they are supposed to do and when or how they are supposed to do it. It also makes it easier to resolve any disputes that may arise out of that transaction. Once fully executed by the parties, the contract serves as a legally binding tool which can serve as proof of each parties’ intent regarding the transaction.
LLC and Business Incorporation
Formal business formation is a necessary step when starting a new business. When incorporating a business, it is important to determine several factors about the overall business and how it will operate. Some factors that warrant significant consideration when incorporating your business are the type of corporate structure you will need, tax advantages vs. disadvantages and how they will be paid, as well as potential liability of the controlling members or executives. There are several advantages to incorporating your business. Contact Chandoke Senior to learn more about your first steps toward incorporating your business.
- Limited Liability Company (LLC) Incorporation
- Non-Profit Corporations
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Incorporation
- Limited Partnership (LP) Incorporation
- Operating Agreements
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Ms. Ana Senior was recommended to us by a friend when an immigration case from a family member got stuck in procedures. She took over the case and with his help, all started moving again and we finally got a decision favorable to us. Her knowledge and keen sense of opportunity and procedural hability were key elements in the outcome we had. We strongly recommend her!
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