If you want to be a freelancer on Useme, it doesn’t matter if you’re an individual or run a business. Useme doesn't have any special requirements for you to start billing and finding clients through our service.
Freelancing on Useme
There are no restrictions on citizenship or the country of your business’s registration. You can be a freelancer who:
- Doesn't own a company
- Has a full-time job or a part-time job
- Has a sole proprietorship
- Runs a company
If you run a company, we will need its ID number.
In case you're a minor, we will need the consent of your parent or legal guardian to proceed with your contract. The guardian’s consent should include your name, the guardian’s name, place and date, and Useme’s full name: Useme sp. z o.o.
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