Thank you for using justanswer. Yes, you can set up your company in CA. (Although you may still be taxed on the money you earn here in Australia)
Setting your business up as an LLC will be the easiest . An LLC will do, as it’s the lightest-weight incorporation you can get, and in some cases, might be the only option. (Certain corporations like S-Corps
require you to be a tax
resident of the United States…something hard to do if you’re not present in the country for less than 183 days). It doesn't’t matter where you register it: “Deleware” simply markets the brand of their state, due to the legal system having experience and other factors. Truth be told, a company is a company.
That information came from the link below:http://eliasbizannes.com/blog/2012/07/how-to-become-a-full-time-entrepreneur-in-the-us/
I purposely stopped before getting into the part where you have to be an employee, since you have your working permit and are not subject to the same restraints as your husband.
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