Nepal blew away a two-goal lead before making a superb comeback to beat Maldives 4-3 in extra time making it to the men’s football final of the 12th SA Games on Saturday. Nawayug Shrestha struck a hat-trick in Nepal’s comeback victory after Anjan Bista put Nepal ahead early in the game. Md Hamza, Ahmed Nashid and Hasan Naiz struck for Maldives. The victory put Nepal in the SA Games football final after 17 years. Rejina Karki missed a gold for Nepal in taekwondo which also brought one bronze. Roza KC won country’s first bronze medal in triathlon events. The women’s football team wrapped up their league with a 4-0 defeat of Sri Lanka. They will play India for a gold in the final. Nepal so far have one gold, 13 silver and 22 bronze medals.1. Choose Which Type of Business Entity to Form: Corporation or LLC

If any of the owners of the company (called "Shareholders" for Corporations and "Members" for LLC's) are not US Citizens, then you have the option of either forming a Corporation (also called a "C-Corporation" or "Regular Corporation") or an LLC. There's another entity type called an "S-Corporation" but that entity requires all shareholders to be US Citizens.

There is no restriction on the number of owners for a US Corporation or LLC, which country the owners are from or whether they are individuals or other companies (foreign or domestic corporations, LLC's, etc.). However, your home country may have restrictions on which type of US company may operate in that country so it's important you consult your local laws and if necessary contact an attorney familiar with your situation and US law if you are unsure of local requirements.

For detailed information on a Corporation vs. an LLC, please visit "Which Type of Business Entity to Choose" which gives more information on each type of company, and the advantages of each.

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2. Choose Which State to Form Your Corporation or LLC
In the United States, you can form a Corporation or LLC in any of the 50 States or Washington DC. Which state you choose will depend on why you are forming the company. Some US states are more "business-friendly" or "international-friendly" than others, especially Delaware, Nevada and Wyoming. For detailed information on these states and picking a state, please visit "Which State to Incorporate or Form an LLC". We form Corporations and LLC's in all 50 States and DC.


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