USA Company Registration

Register a C-Corporation or LLC is the world’s largest market with ease from India through Advice House. For USA company registration, physical presence or travel to USA is not required. The process can be completed online in less than a week through Advice House.

With rapid development in technology, shipment times across the world being reduced and an enormous english speaking population, India businesses are in a unique position to explore the American market or establish global businesses based out of USA. With one of the lowest corporate tax rates, well established business laws and practices – USA is the right choice for most Indian businesses with global ambitions or foreign customer base

Advice House is the market leader in company registration services in India, offering a variety of company registration like private limited company registration, one person company registration, LLP registration and more. Advice House can help you register a C-Corp or LLC in the USA right from India in less than 5 working days. Get a free consultation on USA company registration and business setup in USA by scheduling an appointment with an Advice House Advisor.

USA Entry Options

A US business can be setup in a number of like sole-proprietorship, general partnership, LLC or a Corporation. However, the entry route for Indian nationals or Indian entities is limited to a LLC or a C-Corp in the USA.

In the USA the laws and regulations pertaining to incorporation and management of an LLC or Corporation differ from state to state. However, we incorporate all LLC or Corporations for Indian Nationals in Delaware due to various advantages like low taxes, minimal maintenance fees and excellent corporate laws.

Delaware is not only a good option for Indian Nationals and companies – but even for American Companies as more than half of all publicly traded and Fortune 500 companies in the USA are incorporated in Delaware.

LLC (Limited Liability Company)

LLC is a type of entity that has features of both a Corporation and a Partnership. LLC provides the owners with limited liability protection in case of a lawsuit or bankruptcy. At the same time, LLCs are also operationally flexible and the compliance requirements for a LLC are simple.

For example, a Corporations require resolutions and shareholder meetings, and the recording and filing of forms showing meetings were held and voting majorities made the decisions. On the other hand, LLCs don’t require annual shareholder’s meeting.


If your goal is to seek funding from VCs and angel investors, incorporating a C-Corporation in the USA is the right choice. Corporations are regarded to be much more professionals by Bankers, Investors, Customers, Suppliers and Employees – making it an ideal choice for most businesses.

C-Corporations are an independent legal entity that is separate from the people who own, control and manage it. Due to this recognition as an individual entity, it is viewed as a legal “person” in the view of tax laws, and can thus be engaged in business and contracts, can initiate lawsuits and itself be sued.

Registered Agent

All Delaware LLCs or Corporations are required to maintain a registered agent in the State of Delaware who would be responsible for receiving and processing all official mail on behalf of the Delaware company.

Corporate Tax Rate

USA has two levels of corporate income tax levied on LLCs and Corporations – Federal Corporate Tax and State Corporate Tax. The Federal corporate income tax rate has recently been reduced from 35% to 21% by The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). State corporate income tax rate in the US differs from state to state. The lowest being 3% in North Carolina to 12% in Iowa. Delaware corporate taxes are levied at 8.7% of net income. However, if a business is incorporated in Delaware but does not transact business in the State of Delaware, then state corporate tax would not be levied. Thus, a Delaware incorporation would be most advantageous for foreign nationals and entities seeking to do business in the USA through Delaware.