There is no problem raising funding even if you are not in the US. I've helped startups raise funding regardless of their location.
The more important question is what type of funding are you looking for? How much? What for (what are you going to use it for)? what is your business model and What is the return on investment?
These are the more important questions that investors are going to ask...and probably only get to "where do you live" a much later stage.
I'm happy to help you with the above if you need.
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I'm Brian, founder of Expert DOJO, the largest startup high-performance center for entrepreneurs in Southern California. I have consulted and coached in over 35 countries so I brings a global perspective to starting and growing your small business. To your question, there are investors all over the world, not just in the United States. Also many US investors will invest in foreign companies. It is definitely earlier to get US investors excited by at least visiting here. In times like this many of the competitions are virtual competitions and you can be seen this way too. Our accelerator for example invests in international companies every month. There are other folks like us in the US. You Just need to spend the time to research us and outreach. After the first outreach it is also important to keep us updated with important milestones. Investment decisions happen when greed meets FOMO. You need to create those feelings. I hope that answered your question - if you need more guidance we can arrange a call and address any further questions.