Getting Started is Easy

The following steps will get your business up and running immediately.

Tell us about your business

We have taken the complexity out of forming your business. From a Limited Liability Company(LLC), SCORP, Corporation and helping to setup your Non-profit organization. We help you set it up and get the necessary documents ready e.g., 501©3, local business license and bank account. Our easy online form can be completed in as little as 10 minutes.

We file the paperwork

We incorporate your business by preparing all required documents and filing them directly with the Secretary of State, licensing departments and the IRS.

Company registration in the USA

Find out how to register your company in the USA, the most popular way of starting a business in India. Get to know the private limited company registration procedure.
A non-resident has to follow all the steps as a resident to set up a new US business entity, with some additional steps. Failure to comply, leads to penalties, fines or even worse than that.

USA Incorporation

Why should one go for US Business Incorporation?

Incorporating a company in the United States market can be both rewarding and advantageous for many foreign-based businesses. As U.S. citizenship and residency are not mandatory, many people from across the world are free to start or grow and expand their business in the United States without even having to step into the country.
Compared to other US States, Delaware has a great number of company incorporations. Delaware, which is a small Mid-Atlantic U.S. state is the host for favourable business and taxation laws that make it a very commonplace for companies to incorporate or form their Limited liability company (LLC). Delaware has no state sales tax and moreover, the state’s franchise tax for small businesses is very low. There is no requirement for non-residents to pay individual income taxes in Delaware.


  • Extremely business-friendly laws.
  • Delaware is a tax haven and does not collect taxes from companies that do not operate within that state.
  • The business incorporation process is extremely fast in Delaware.
  • There is no necessity for publicly disclosing the names of directors and shareholders of the company.


  • Company Name
  • Business Type
  • Registered business address
  • Registered Agent: (Y/N) (This is provided for, if you have another address, please mention)
  • Name of business partner(s)
  • Addresses of business partner(s)
  • Ownership: (%)


  • Name Check & Approval
  • Preparation & Filing of Article of Association
  • Registered agent service (One year)
  • Issuance of Certificate of Association
  • Employer Identification Number (EIN)

FAQs on USA Incorporation

Can my company hold its headquarters outside Delaware?

Yes. A company that is incorporated in the US has no obligation to have its headquarters in Delaware nor to have any business operations there.

Do I need a Corporate Seal?

It is always preferable to have a Corporate Seal from bank, government agency or from some contracting parties, or, during the signature of certain contracts or official documents.

Do I need an attorney or an auditor to incorporate my Company?

No, not necessarily. Actually, Ignite Consults assists with several professionals (lawyers, domain experts, and others) during the incorporation process of U.S.

What type of entity can it be?

Commonly, it is a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC).

Who is a registered agent?

A registered agent is a business or an individual who has been assigned to support service of process (SOP) when a business entity is in need of legal action such as a lawsuit or receiving physical mails. In addition, one of the primary requirements for US incorporation is having a registered agent and registered address within the state of formation.

What are the main difference between an LLC and an S corporation?

An LLC is more flexible in operating and has less number of corporate rules when compared to an S corporation. For example, an S corporation cannot have more than 100 stockholders and must conduct an annual meeting of stockholders. However, owners of an S corporation may be subject to fewer taxes than LLC owners.

Advantages of LLC and C Corp

LLP C Corp
Limited liability Pass-through taxes
Perpetual existence No residency requirement
Enhanced credibility Legal protection
Unlimited growth potential Tax planning opportunities
Certain tax advantages Free transferability of shares
No shareholders limit Corporations provide multiple tax planning opportunities

Difference between LLC and C Corp

LLP C Corp
Members are the owners here Shareholders indicate owners
Suitable for smaller businesses with few shareholders Suitable for medium-size to large businesses with multiple shareholders
Members can set up the structure as they choose and manage Shareholders elect directors who manage business movements
Members are not held liable in an LLC Shareholders are not held liable in a C corp
Transferability will depend on restrictions planned in the operating agreement Transferability of shares of stock are easily transferred
Generally, investors from outside don’t prefer LLC because they are technically run almost as partnerships C corp is usually preferred by outside investors, because they have stock, which they expect to distribute among shareholders

Receive your documents

Once your incorporation documents have been approved by the state, you will receive your completed LLC package by mail.



We know that starting a business can be stressful and confusing at times, so we constantly strive to provide our customers with fast and friendly customer service. Just give us a call, we’re happy to help!


When you place your order through Ignite Consults, we immediately start the process of forming your new business. Our processing times are some of the fastest in the entire country. This allows you to get your business up and running quickly.


Our Business Specialists will form your new business the correct way without any errors, saving you time and money. We have specialist agents and lawyers who understand what and how to move around it. Let us handle your business filings while you focus on growing your business.