If that is the case then you probably want the corporation organized someplace outside the U.S. Having the corporation located in the U.S. when the owners are not U.S. citizens or residents is generally not a good idea because the U.S. taxes its corporations, citizens, and residents on their worldwide income, unlike many other nations. So if you form this corporation in the U.S. and it conducts business world wide the U.S. will tax all that world wide income. If the corporation is organized in some other country then the U.S. will only tax the income that corporation makes from the U.S., though there still can be challenges operating in branch form in the U.S. You may want to have the corporation (the parent corporation) organized in some other country and then have that parent corporation form a subsidiary corporation in the U.S. just to do only the U.S. business operations. That would confine the U.S. tax to the income from the U.S. operations. The details of the kind of business this is would of course impact the exact structure that would be optimal to use.It will conduct business everywhere in the world.