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  • Freelancing
  • Ajman
  • 2mos ago
  • 4000
  • Full Time

Business Development Executive -Freelance

  • Freelancing
  • Dubai
  • 5mos ago
  • 5000
  • Full Time

Freelance Strategy Director

  • Freelancing
  • Sharjah
  • 5mos ago
  • 5000
  • Full Time

Project Base Freelance Graphic Designer

  • Freelancing
  • Dubai
  • 5mos ago
  • 5000
  • Full Time

Freelance Graphic Designer-2 weeks project

  • Freelancing
  • Abu Dhabi
  • 5mos ago
  • 15000
  • Full Time

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. What is freelancing, and how does it work in Dubai?

    Freelancing in Dubai involves offering your skills and services on a project or contract basis. You work independently and are not employed full-time by a single company. Clients hire freelancers for specific tasks or projects, often through online platforms or direct contracts.

  • 2. Do I need a visa to freelance in Dubai?

    Yes, you generally need a freelance visa in Dubai to work legally as a freelancer. This visa allows you to operate as a sole proprietor, sign contracts, and conduct business legally in the UAE.

  • 3. What are the popular freelancing fields in Dubai?

    Dubai offers a diverse range of freelancing opportunities, including web development, graphic design, content writing, digital marketing, photography, videography, event planning, and consulting services.

  • 4. Is it necessary to have a physical presence in Dubai to freelance there?

    No, physical presence is not always required to freelance in Dubai. Many freelancers work remotely from their home countries or other locations. However, you may need to visit Dubai for visa processing and to meet with clients if necessary.

  • 5. How do I find freelancing opportunities in Dubai?

    You can find freelancing opportunities in Dubai through online freelancing platforms like Upwork and Freelancer, as well as through local job boards, social media, and networking events. Building a strong online presence and showcasing your portfolio can also attract clients.

  • 6. What are the tax implications for freelancers in Dubai?

    Dubai does not impose income tax, including freelancers. However, you may be subject to other taxes, such as the Value Added Tax (VAT), which is applicable to certain goods and services. You should consult with a tax advisor to ensure compliance.

  • 7. How do I set my freelance rates in Dubai?

    Setting your freelance rates in Dubai requires research and consideration of various factors. Evaluate the local market, your skills and experience, the complexity of the project, and your living expenses. Ensure your rates are competitive while allowing you to maintain a sustainable income.

  • 8. What legal obligations do freelancers have in Dubai?

    Freelancers in Dubai must obtain a freelance permit from the Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED). You'll also need to adhere to local laws and regulations, such as contract laws, while conducting your business.

  • 9. Are there specific working hours or days for freelancers in Dubai?

    Freelancers enjoy greater flexibility in setting their working hours and schedules. However, you should aim to meet project deadlines and fulfill client expectations, which may require some flexibility in your schedule.

  • 10. Do I need to have a local bank account to receive payments as a freelancer in Dubai?

    While having a local bank account can make it more convenient for receiving payments from clients in Dubai, you can also use international payment methods like PayPal, TransferWise, or wire transfers to receive payments in your home country.