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Netherlands

 

JSB Incorporation can help you start your business in Netherlands.

Netherlands company formation is governed under the BV format, which is similar to an LLC or Ltd. Company, and single shareholder companies are also permitted.

Businesses are required to procure mandatory membership from the Chamber of Commerce, following which a number is given in the commercial register. This process  by the director or shareholder can be conducted from anywhere in the world.

Only one director and one shareholder is allowed to form a company with. Their information should be submitted with  an appropriate photo ID is required after the  company’s proposed name is approved.

A background check is  need to be passed and proof of residency is required.

A local office in the Netherlands is also required.

A notary has to formally register the company before it is officially incorporated.

Dutch Ministry of Justice notarization is required if the shareholder is corporation, after which it should be registered with the Trade Registry.

A No Objection Declaration issued by  the Ministry of Justice is required  for company formation.

The tax registry may take a further six weeks to provide a tax number and registration is at the authority local to the company’s registered address.

 

Privacy varies depending upon how the company is organized. In cases where the company has more than one shareholder, the shareholder information is kept private. If there is only one shareholder, the information is made public.

 

Statutory records, a shareholder register, director register and other documentation must be maintained by the company.

 

Renewal fees apply as well as fees for the initial registration number and other requirements.

Citizenship

JSB Incorporation  is an acknowledged leader in the provision of citizenship planning and processing programs in the Caribbean and West Indies.

Whether it’s for furthering your business opportunities, gaining personal freedom or as  a case of long term security, acquiring a second citizenship is always an option.

As it is a difficult decision to make, We at  JSB Incorporation will provide you with expert advice and careful planning to help  with your citizenship  process.

As a client  of ours, we work closely together with you to offer legal advice and support you in every step of the way, and have selected a quartet of locations that we know to be best options  for you and your business.

Clients have the option of the following locations, all of which come with zero income taxes.

Antigua & Barbuda

An independent Commonwealth state in the Eastern Caribbean, Antigua and Barbuda is home to 365 beautiful white sand beaches with a lush tropical backdrop whose economy is supported mainly by the tourism industry.

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Holders of the Antigua and Barbuda passport have access to visa-free travel to about 130 countries, including Canada, the UK and Schengen nations.

 

Three citizenship-by-investment program options are available, which are

• A cash donation to the National Development Fund (NDF) sent directly to the escrow account managed by the Citizenship Investment Unit (CIU), or

• Investment in real estate through one of the government-approved real estate asset classes, or

• Investment into an approved business.

 

For real estate, this covers freehold property with title deed, hotel shares, fractional ownership or land

Investment starts at US$250,000 for the NDF donation and US$400,000 for the real estate option.

 A minimum of US$1.5 million is the entry point for the approved business investment route.

Citizenship benefits include:

•Visa-free travel to around 130 countries

•Full citizenship and British Commonwealth passport (renewable every five years)

•Permanent lifetime citizenship

•Includes children under 25 and dependents over 65 years old

•No personal income tax on worldwide income

•No estate, death, inheritance or capital gains tax

•Zero restrictions on the repatriation of profits and imported capital

•Economically, legally and socially stable country part of the Commonwealth.

•Security from potential taxation reform in Europe and North America

•Possibility of dual citizenship

Dominica

Dominica is known as the nature isle of the Caribbean, and is covered with lush dense rainforest and dotted with hot sulphur springs.

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The island’s economy is mainly contributed by its agricultural sector and is gaining in popularity by tourists to visit Dominica, attracted by the adventure and beachfront activities it offers.

 

Since 1993, Dominica’s citizenship-by-investment program has offered one of the most affordable options in the Caribbean with visa-free travel to more than 135 countries and attractive tax free policies.

 

To be eligible for citizenship, the government requires either a contribution to the Government Fund of US$100,000 (subject to number of dependents listed in the application) or a real estate investment valued at least US$200,0000.

Citizenship benefits include:

•Visa-free travel to more than 135 countries including the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong and British Commonwealth nations

•Zero residency requirements

•Zero income, wealth, capital gains or inheritance taxes

•Full residence status, with the right to live and work in Dominica

•Dual citizenship is permitted

•No requirement to reside in Dominica before or after citizenship is granted

Grenada

Grenada, also known as the Spice Isle, is West Indies’ jewel with  its spectacular landscape, the mountains, the golden beaches, all surrounded by the tropical rainforest.

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In 2013, Grenada relaunched its citizenship by investment program, which has two routes to citizenship.

Applicants can contribute to the National Transformation Fund, which finances various projects in Grenada for the benefit of various industries with a minimum contribution of US$200,000.

Alternatively, applicants can invest and purchase in real estate project which are government approved for a minimum value of US$350,000. Successful investors can not sell their real estate for at least three years following the grant of citizenship.

Citizenship benefits include:

•Visa-free travel to more than 135 countries.

•Zero income, wealth or inheritance taxes.

•No requirement to visit Grenada in order to qualify for citizenship through real estate investment

•Speedy 60-day application process

•Family-friendly program

•USA E2 Visa opportunity

St Kitts

The smallest sovereign state in the West Indies, St. Kitts & Nevis, part of the famed Leeward Islands is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the Caribbean.

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St Kitts’ main language of business is English.

The islands’ tourism economy is supported by two airports and an inter-island ferry network.

 

Established in 1984, St Kitts has the oldest citizenship by investment programs in the Caribbean..

 

To qualify, applicants can choose from two investment options.

•  A non-refundable charity donation with a minimum value of US$250,000 to the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation, or

•   Investment into a designated recoverable real estate investment with a minimum value of US$400,000.

Citizenship benefits include:

•Visa-free travel to more than 150 countries including all EU nations and Ireland.

•Citizens can apply for long-term US travel visas

•No residency requirements

•Zero income, wealth or inheritance taxes

•No requirement to visit St. Kitts & Nevis in order to qualify for citizenship

•Lifetime citizenship (includes family members)

•Dual citizenship benefits