seeking advice for becoming a freelancer in Kosovo
Thread poster: Caroline Martino

Caroline Martino  Identity Verified
Germany
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Jan 17

Hi everyone

I would like advice from anyone working as a freelance translator in Kosovo

May I ask you what is the procedure to register as an independent worker in this country ?

Thank you so much for your tips


 

DZiW
Ukraine
English to Russian
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ask for an official expert opinion Jan 18

Hello Caroline.

You didn't mention the citizenship, residence or what exactly made you worry, yet as far as you've been working as a freelancer since about 2007, you should be able to retain your location-independent freelance translator status.

Cheers


 

Caroline Martino  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:23
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English to French
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thank you anyway Jan 18

DZiW wrote:

Hello Caroline.

You didn't mention the citizenship, residence or what exactly made you worry, yet as far as you've been working as a freelancer since about 2007, you should be able to retain your location-independent freelance translator status.

Cheers


it is not as easy as it seems

I am asking people working in Kosovo, obviously it is not your case


 

Enrique Bjarne Strand Ferrer
Norway
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I have no idea Jan 19

but seaching in google I found this:
https://www.reddit.com/r/kosovo/comments/5xzw3w/moving_into_kosovo_to_start_a_business/


Caroline Martino
 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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English to Afrikaans
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Ask Kosovan ProZians (there are about 67 of them) Jan 19

Caroline Martino wrote:
I would like advice from anyone working as a freelance translator in Kosovo.


You may get better results if you contact Kosovan translators directly via ProZ.com's messaging system. ProZ.com's rules do allow you to contact individual translators for translation-related conversations.

ProZ.com does not recognise Kosovo as a country. However, you can edit the directory search URL to specify the middle of Kosovo and a 35 mile radius, so it is possible to find translators who claim to be from Kosovo, here (2 paying members, 65 non-paying members).

[Edited at 2019-01-19 10:21 GMT]


Caroline Martino
 

Caroline Martino  Identity Verified
Germany
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thank you Jan 19



 

Caroline Martino  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:23
Member (2009)
English to French
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
thank you Jan 19

Samuel Murray wrote:

Caroline Martino wrote:
I would like advice from anyone working as a freelance translator in Kosovo.


You may get better results if you contact Kosovan translators directly via ProZ.com's messaging system. ProZ.com's rules do allow you to contact individual translators for translation-related conversations.

ProZ.com does not recognise Kosovo as a country. However, you can edit the directory search URL to specify the middle of Kosovo and a 35 mile radius, so it is possible to find translators who claim to be from Kosovo, here (2 paying members, 65 non-paying members).

[Edited at 2019-01-19 10:21 GMT]


 


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