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Register as an overseas company in the UK

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You must register an overseas company with Companies House if you want to set up a place of business in the UK.

Who must register

You must register if you set up a place of business in the UK or if you usually carry out business from somewhere in the UK.

Some types of company cannot register as an overseas company in the UK, including partnerships and unincorporated bodies.

If you do not have a base in the UK

You do not need to register with Companies House.

If you’re developing property or land in the UK, you need to contact HM Revenue and Customs ( HMRC) to register for Corporation Tax.

If you’ve disposed of an interest in UK property or land, you need to register for Corporation Tax online.

How to register

You must fill in form OS IN01 and send it to Companies House within 1 month of opening for business. The address is on the form along with what documents you need to send.

You must send a £20 registration fee with the form. You can pay by cheque or postal order.

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