We provide a variety of corporate-related service, including incorporation, limited liability company (LLC) formation, shareholder agreement, small business M & A, sales of business, purchase of business for immigrant or nonimmigrant visa.
We advise our clients on the legal and contractual issues related to business. We assist clients in creating proper business entities, drafting relevant documents, among other things. In addition to entity selection, our firm assists with drafting extensive and customized partnership and LLC operating agreements, which is of significant importance in protecting the interests of the business owner.
Incorporation: we help clients with forming corporations. Incorporation has quite a few advantages, for example, it could safeguard your personal assets against the claims of creditors and lawsuits; the ownership in a corporation or LLC is easily transferable to others; in the U.S., corporations are taxed at a lower rate than individuals are; corporations can raise capital from investors through the sale of stock.
Limited Liability Company (LLC): We provide LLC formation service. An LLC is one of the best business options for resident and nonresident aliens deciding to create a business in the United States. An LLC provides resident and nonresident with limited liability, protecting their personal assets, and allows active management of their businesses.
Shareholder agreement: We help clients with drafting and reviewing shareholders agreement. A shareholder agreement would normally be expected to regulate the following matters: regulating the ownership and voting rights of the shares in the company; control and management of the company; making provision for the resolution of any future disputes between shareholders, protecting the competitive interests of the company, and etc.
Sales of Business: sale of a business involves careful drafting of legal documents to protect the buyer and seller’s rights. We have experience to guide you through the acquisition/disposition process in order to avoid legal pitfalls.
Business-related immigrant or non-immigrant visas: there are different visa options available to people who want to start a business in the U.S. For example, an EB-5 visa is a great visa option---See here; the H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits a company to hire workers in specialty occupations---See here; The L visa allows a company to transfer an executive or manager from one of its affiliated foreign office to one of its offices in the United States. This visa can be used by foreign entrepreneurs, investors, and business owners who want to move either themselves or their employees to the U.S. Sometimes if proper investment is made into a US company, the US Company can file immigrant visa petition for the employee of the foreign company. We have extensive experience in guiding clients structure foreign investment in order to file immigrant visa petition.