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  • Are bands legally a company?

    Are bands legally a company and band members are legally an employee?

    This one may be my ticket to migrate to USA.

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    Not sure exactly what you are asking, but the simple answer is "no".
    A band is not a 'company' just by forming. Bands can be a number of things, including a hobby. There are a number of steps involved in order to make a band a financial or business entity.
    By the same token, band members are not necessarily 'employees', as they could be considered partners, shareholders or even independent contractors.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by zanshin777 View Post
      Are bands legally a company and band members are legally an employee?

      This one may be my ticket to migrate to USA.

      Yes and no. You could get a work visa probably.

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