I have been working on the steps. I used a few people as my guinea pigs. I needed to be sure that it worked. I am going to list the steps. You can do this on your own. You should have a pal that you can trust to help you be your ghost. Or you can use a Registered Agent company. Neutral. They don't care about anything unless they are getting paid. This is a grey hat method. If you go ask your bank, OF COURSE they are going to tell you can't do it because they don't want to deal with the hassle, and yeah. It's the bank, okay? They want you to be limited. It really is easy. It has some loops and twists so be prepared. Step 1: Find the bank you will be okay with. I recommend Chase, Regions, and Bank of America. Wells Fargo sucks. Period. They have too many fees and they require you to set aside a set amount if you are self employed. You should not have to worry about someone trying to play mommy with you. You are a grown adult. Take care of your responsibilities. Chase is awesome. They are used to International transactions. Regions has a Western Union portal, so you are able to transfer the cash you have. It has it's perks. Bank of America is also pretty solid. They hold a strong hold on Small businesses in America. Step 2: Realize that you need to set aside about 15% of your earnings in order to pay taxes. Yes, taxes are inevitable in America. Sucks but it's worth it. I promise. I have recommended that there be about 20% just to be on the safe side but it's up to you. Your R.A can assist you in this process. Step 3: Finding someone you trust and can rely on to help you get an American address. UPS stores are the best to utilize. They have a street address which most businesses require. When you order from some businesses. They will even say in the ordering process, No PO boxes, etc. With a UPS store, you get 123 street #134 barnes, wherever, USA zipcode. The next step is going to be requiring this as well. Now here is where it gets fun and you are getting excited with all the possibilities that this will bring you. Trust me I understand and I am ready to show you the blueprint. You are asking about that TIN, SSN, whatever, huh? Well that R.A who is enabled to do this can use a number that acts as your name when setting up your business OR you can use the company that you set up that gets an EIN regardless because you have a corporation in US. Pretty freaking swell, huh?? so simple yet people try to make it so complex. It's not. As an R.A. company, they have the means to bring you business or even personal in the US with a D.B.A (Doing Business As) You get the EIN (Employee Identification Number) You are officially golden. Step 4: Register your business, get it all squared away. After 6 months, if you wanted a personal account. Since you will be considered a US business owner, you will be eligible for a personal account WITHIN that bank. No others because you have not established yourself there. Make sense. You are able to get an account. Yes, they will tell you no but it is possible. C'mon now, if it's in our brains then it means there is possibility. I feel there are things I am missing, but eventually they will be answered. I wish everyone the best of luck. OH!! Remember that the R.A will ask you for a deposit, the money to put in the bank and the money for the set up. There is NO money that is needed for an EIN. NONE WHATSOEVER!! Does this help? Hopefully Again, the best of luck in all your endeavors! Graham P.s. I remembered what I was missing!! Your bank cards! Okay so once you get the account. You will have online access before you have card access. THIS WORKS FOR INDIANS as well. Since you are NOT a personal entity. Got, good, let's carry on. Normally, bank cards take 14-21 days to get to your homeland. Unless you get DHL. Or some quick UPS service. Your UPS store and R.A will help you with this.