If you have DP, then that means your husband is EP. Your husband is prohibited from working for a second company (unless he has a PEP), and that includes his own company. Therefore, he could form a private limited as a shareholder but not serve as director.little chicken wrote:Hello -thanks for your help here. I guess I have then to drop my current LOC with my current employer and see whether they will be willing to hire me as consultant to do the same job... do you know whether there is any advantage of doing such a thing for an employer? ( I guess beside not being part of their quota).
Another question (sorry if I abuse of your patience) - is it possible for my husband to create a business entity to get me a LOC? Thanks!!!!
I don't understand your other question. Are you asking if the company that has you on LOC would hire you as a contractor, with your own company handling the LOC or EP, then I can't really see how it would make much difference to them. There are no salary requirements for LOC, nor fees associated, so it would be a wash to pay you as employee versus contractor.
You would have the more complicated task of forming a company/business and getting a work permit.