Company Registration Services in Vietnam

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    Benefits You Can Expect


    One Member Limited Liability Company Limited liability company of two or more members Joint Stock Company
    icon01 contributing member is the owner of the company iconA minimum of 02 members and a maximum of 50 members contribute capital iconAt least 03 shareholders, no limit to the maximum number of shareholders
    iconResponsible within the scope of charter capital iconResponsible for the amount of capital contributed to the business iconResponsible for the amount of capital contributed to the business
    iconShares cannot be issued iconShares cannot be issued iconHave the right to issue shares to raise capital

    How to Set Up a Company in Vietnam: The Process

    The incorporation process of each legal entity type is different and takes from 1 to 3 months.

    In general, foreign investors should pursue the process as follows:

    Obtain an Investment Registration Certificate (IRC)

    • Check the location of your project
    • Consult The capital of the project
    • Consult to choose The investor ( the foreign company or the foreigner/individual)
    • Check your condition of investment base on the scope of your business line

    Obtain an Enterprise Registration Certificate (ERC)

    • Check your Vietnamese company name
    • Register the business line of the Vietnamese company
    • Register the legal representative of the Vietnamese company
    • Register the capital of the Vietnamese company

    Open a bank account

    • Without travelling to Vietnam
    • Without incurred fee
    • With an extensive international banks network. Van Luat is the close partnership of international bank and dosmetic bank.
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    Tax and capital contribution

    After receiving IRC (step 1), ERC (step 2), opening the bank account, Investors must complete their tax registration, pay the company licensing tax, and make their initial capital contribution.

    The license of your Vietnamese company

    Depend on your conditional business line. For example: Your business line in Vietnam is establishing the English language center. You have to apply for the language center certificate at the Department of Education and Training after you have the IRC and ERC.

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      FAQs 3

      1. Can I open the company in Vietnam?

      • You can open in Vietnam under an FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) or JVC (Joint Venture Company) company.

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      2. Can the foreigner own 100% Vietnamese company :

      The foreigner owns a 100% Vietnamese company, except for some kinds of business lines that must be joint ventured with a Vietnamese company.

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      3. The Popular Types of Company in Vietnam:
      • One-member limited liability company
      • Two or more member limited liability company
      • Joint Stock Company

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