Commonly Asked Questions about Getting Freelance Writing Jobs if You’re a Foreigner
Do I need any American work permits?
Do I have to register in any American labor bureau?
Do I need to pay taxes there or just in my country?
Do I need to register a business to be hired remotely for this job?
In this post, Part II, we’re going to tackle the following questions:
Does buying writing services from a foreigner entail any financial or legal obstacles for my potential client?
Would it be a problem for me to find a client as English is not my native language?
In this discussion we cover:
Why Large Freelance Writing Sites are Reluctant to Pay Foreign Freelance Writers
How to Get Around the “English is Not My First Language” Conundrum (If Your English is Good)
Problem Foreign Freelance Writers Will Encounter Even if Their English Is Good
Writing Jobs Foreign Freelance Writers May Be Suited For
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