If a non resident-alien happens to deposit a significantly big amount of money in a US bank (let's suppose NYC), buys an estate/asset, gains passive income with his bank account-related interests , and happens to stay in the US only 3 months each year, as far as I know, he does not fall under ruling on being a US tax resident, which entails taxation over any other income outside the US, henceforth he's liable to pay only taxes on US generated income and property taxes yearly for his asset, because of the 183-days rule in a period of three years.
My question's about whether such a person can ask his reference bank to withhold the due tax amounts and file tax returns on his behalf, or somehow get the IRS involved on payment-related automated process agreements which happen to be iterated quarterly or monthly rather than yearly, since such a person may not be present on the US when tax returns have to be filed or have the possible burden to fly in the US just to file a tax return
I perfectly know that tax incomes shall be filed because there might be incomes other than these interests, but I'm assuming that it's not feasible for such a person seeking for and gaining any other income because
-he does not need it
-he actually doesn't gain any other income
-3 months each year are not a befitting scenario in which a person might work, especially if he's rich
I'm also assuming that he opens a bank account in a bank that allows non residents to do so, even without a SSN, but only with a ITIN (which is a subsitute of SSN in the case of non resident aliens).
So, is it possible for such a non resident alien to ask his bank to withhold due taxes, and file on his behalf, under the premises above?