Can you give me some idea, please?
Just apply and see what happens, there are plenty of questions here around how to best to write your cv, what to learn about the company etc, have a search. But there is something I feel the need to mention that's not usual in your situation:
One advantage that I have is to work while US employees sleep due to time zone.
This will almost never be seen as an advantage for an us-based company.
By living in a different time zone you are automatically not aligned with everyone else in the team. This means by default you are not around for the meetings, standups, casual chats and normal during-work-time communications. And then the "upside" of being up through the night is something that is easily hireable within the same time zone when it's needed, without any of the extra hassle.
So instead of focusing on this point and trying to sell it as an advantage, either apply to companies who truly have teams around the globe as they are set to work in mostly asynchronous way, or figure out a way to explain to them how you are going to work through the night to align yourself with the team.
On another note:
payed average US salary because into my county I currently get around 3-4 less for the same amount of work due to my location.
Keep in mind that you are likely looking at what is being paid for your position on average person living in the US. Working remotely tends to come with a salary discount, and in your case of possibly being the only person living in different time zone, and coming from another culture there are also managerial overheads to consider. So take your salary expectations with a grain of salt, and expect the competition for the available job to be fierce.