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L-1 Visa Company Required Documents

US Entity:

Private Corporation:

Articles of Incorporation.

Meeting Minutes which list the stock shareholders and the number and percentage of shares owned.

Stock Purchase Agreements.

Stock certificates which have been issued to the present date indicating the name of each shareholder.

A stock ledger, which shows all stock certificates issued to the present date, including total shares of stock sold, and names of shareholders.

Proof of Stock Purchase or capital contribution in exchange for ownership, such as the following:

Wire Transfer receipts

Bank statements

Cancelled checks

Deposit receipts

Evidence of the receipt of goods and their value

A capitalization table

A term sheet, letter of intent, memorandum of understanding, or other similar document. Signed by the parties to the agreement outlining the details of investment in your company.

Public Corporation:

The most recent SEC Form 10-K which lists all affiliates, subsidiaries, and branch offices, and shows percentage of ownership.

The most recent annual report which lists all affiliates, subsidiaries, and branch offices, and shows percentage of ownership.

LLC:

Articles of Organization or Bylaws, with the names of members and percentage of membership interests.

Partnership:

The partnership agreement and registration documents, with the names of partners and the limits of their liabilities.

Sole Proprietorship:

Sole Proprietorship registration documents which indicate the ownership of the US Entity.

Foreign (non U.S.) Entity:

Private Corporation:

Articles of Incorporation.

Meeting Minutes which list the stock shareholders and the number and percentage of shares owned.

Stock Purchase Agreements.

Stock certificates which have been issued to the present date indicating the name of each shareholder.

A stock ledger, which shows all stock certificates issued to the present date, including total shares of stock sold, and names of shareholders.

Proof of Stock Purchase or capital contribution in exchange for ownership, such as the following:

Wire Transfer receipts

Bank statements

Cancelled checks

Deposit receipts

Evidence of the receipt of goods and their value

A capitalization table

A term sheet, letter of intent, memorandum of understanding, or other similar document. Signed by the parties to the agreement outlining the details of investment in your company.

Public Corporation:

The most recent SEC Form 10-K which lists all affiliates, subsidiaries, and branch offices, and shows percentage of ownership.

The most recent annual report which lists all affiliates, subsidiaries, and branch offices, and shows percentage of ownership.

LLC:

Articles of Organization or Bylaws, with the names of members and percentage of membership interests.

Partnership:

The partnership agreement and registration documents, with the names of partners and the limits of their liabilities.

Sole Proprietorship:

Sole Proprietorship registration documents which indicate the ownership of the foreign entity.