All non-resident business entities registered in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) are governed by the RMI Associations Law. The RMI Associations Law is primarily modeled after the corporate laws of the United States (US) state of Delaware and statutorily exempts all non-resident domestic entities from taxes. The RMI Associations Law includes, in one volume, the:
- Business Corporations Act
- Revised Partnership Act
- Limited Partnership Act
- Limited Liability Company Act
WHO MAY FORM A CORPORATION?
Requests for an RMI non-resident business entity must be made through a qualified intermediary who is obligated to perform due diligence. Intermediaries may include, but are not limited to, lawyers, accountants, corporate service companies, and qualified shipping companies.
FORMING CORPORATIONS ONLINE
Click here to Request to Incorporate Online.
Redomiciliation into and out of the RMI is permitted. Upon redomiciliation, the original date of formation and company existence remains the same and is unaffected.
SAMPLE FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS