I want to invest but my company operates in more than one state, how does that work?

If your company operates in more than one US state, you can incorporate in any of these states. What our clients usually end up doing is a process called Foreign Qualification.

An LLC or Corporation conducting business in one state when incorporated into another is considered a foreign corporation and must qualify as a foreign corporation to do business legally in that state.

For example, a company incorporated in Nevada that wants to do business in California would be considered a foreign corporation in California and as a result, the corporation in Nevada must qualify (or register) as a foreign company to do business in California.