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By IncNow | Published October 19, 2013

The process by which a non-US based company changes its domicile to Delaware so as to be governed under Delaware law. This is a two-step process: First form a new Delaware Corporation or LLC and second, merge the non-US entity into the new Delaware entity. The domestication, sometimes called a domestication, preserves the continuity of the company. It also allows a foreign corporation to become a Delaware LLC, the preferred choice of entity for international business and asset holding. Should you wish to order a domestication whether it be for owning real estate in Spain and wanting that to be in a Delaware LLC rather than a Chanel Islands LLC or if you have a yacht in Turkey that you want incorporated under a Delaware LLC.

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When deciding where to form your company, consider that Delaware has advantages over your home state that may benefit you. Go