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I'm not sure about investing in the US. I can tell you how it goes in France however...

Just mention that you are not a US-resident, and therefore do not pay taxes there. You may be asked to prove that you pay taxes in another country. You will receive before year-end an income statement, that you are then supposed to include in your Peruvian tax stuff.

My take: you don't want to pay these taxes, do you? You can always 'forget' to give them to your countrie's IRS-equivalent. I'm a bad person, I know, I know
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