Fifth World Community (5WC)

With the birth of the world's first diaxenospitia, certain pre-existing but unincorporated municipal, non-profit, and business corporations were grandfathered into the new territorial structure. Prior to the existence of the Fifth World Community (5WC) [001415], these legal entities were only registered with the Micronational Professional Registry (MPR), but were not fully incorporated into a terrestrial body. Two other organisations, and the MPR itself, were later merged into Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA).

On 1 September 2010, the Fifth World Community's Division of Corporations became a necessity as a separate entity, since certain Ummoans wished to charter new corporations which are transnational, international, or glocal in scope.

It should be noted here that while the Fifth World Community (5WC) [001415] is a diaxenospitia (distributed town or city) of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA), the Fifth World Community is also registered with Google:

You cannot register a business or organisation with Google without stringent verification of your address. This shows strong evidence that not only the Fifth World Community exists, and its "town hall" is located on Long Island, but that it also has a real postal or physical address. Thus the Fifth World Community is an ideal jurisdiction to incorporate your decent Fifth World/micronational business or organisation.

The corporations below have been registered with the Fifth World Community (5WC) [001415], and are thus United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UM)[001103] corporations. If you desire to incorporate your non-profit organisation or business in the UMMOA, please contact the Fifth World Community's Division of Corporations through the contact page.

It is also possible to incorporate real buildings and real land through the Fifth World Community, and thus the UMMOA, as shown on this page.

Moreover, it is possible to incorporate non-UMMOA national or state entities through the UMMOA IGO, and acquire extraterritorial rights to a potential future small embassy.