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Foreign Maritime Entities (FMEs)
An FME is a legal entity created under the laws of a jurisdiction other than the RMI that is eligible to own vessels when registered in the RMI pursuant to Section 119 of the BCA.
The following information needs to be provided to any IRI office in order to proceed with the registration of an RMI FME:
- Certified copy of the Articles of Incorporation, Corporate Charter, or other formation document of the entity, and
- Evidence of the foreign entity’s current existence under the laws of the state of its formation (such as a Certificate of Goodstanding).
Full instructions on how to form an RMI FME are available here.
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