Thanks for asking your question! I'm sorry to hear about your tax issue and I'm going to try my best to help you understand or resolve it.
As you are the only owner of the LLC, there are no forms to submit to the IRS unless you elect to be treated as a corporation or S corporation
You will simply file the taxes as normal on your 1040 tax return using Schedule C for business activities
You do have to pay taxes on the income that the business generates
If you bring on additional members to the LLC, you will then file as a partnership using form 1065
But, as the only member you will file using 1040 Schedule C
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I just noticed that you said you are not a resident of the US, nor are you doing business inside the US
If there is no US sourced income, that is income from business derived in the US, then there is no US tax reporting obligation
If you are the only member, you would not report to the IRS your business activities
I see we are having trouble in chat, so I am going to change this over to q&a format so that you can respond.