HOW TO GET A FREELANCE LICENSE IN UAE

  • HOW TO GET A FREELANCE LICENSE IN UAE

    Freelancing is completely legal in the United Arab Emirates. Freelancing means working for yourself as an independent contractor. In this case, you are establishing yourself as One-person Company.

    ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FREELANCING

    Easy and Fast Setup

    You can apply for the free zone license through Department of Economic Development (DED) or through any of the free zones in UAE. The application process is easy and the license will be issued in 7-10 working days.

    Variety of choice.

    The most enticing thing about the freelancing is you will have wide variety of options to choose from. Freelance permits are issued for almost all DED-listed business activities, but if you wish to obtain a freelance permit from a free zone, your business activity must be related to the free zone’s area of focus.

    No need for Office Space

    While all other business required an office space, Freelancer gives you the comfort to work without an office. You are eligible to work from wherever you want.

    No Auditing or Book keeping

    Freelancers in the UAE are not always required to submit official accounts or be subject to an audit is an advantage of freelancers.

    Corporate Bank Account

    As in case of license and visa, getting bank account is another advantage of freelancer.

    Requirement for a Freelance License

    The pre-requirement for the same is to hold a professional qualification to fit in to this frame work and rest will be super easy to organize.

    DANBURITE CORPORATE provides the best service in obtaining your freelance license. To know more about please reach our consultants at info@danburite.ae , Contact: 00971568080092

     

     

     

     

     

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