You would have to meet the residency requirement in a state in the U.S.A. and make filings there. You'll probably want the assistance of a local attorney.
How much it will cost will depend upon the state and upon the cost of the attorney.
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I agree with counsel you would need to meet the residency requirements and there is a filing fee of $435.
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