posted 3 years ago
The company doesn't have residence in the US. It did not incorporate it in the US, and the US is not the principal place of the corporation's business, so the US has not the personal jurisdiction over the company. However, the US may have a subject matter jurisdiction. It depends on the terms of your contract with the company and the extent that the case is related to the US jurisdiction. The company's presence in the US and the fact that you are a taxpayer in the US are not enough to bring the case to the US courts.