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Fellow US-German here with freelance clients in Germany. First, your immigration status is important. If you're not allowed to work in the US, it's my (non-lawyer) understanding that you can't engage in work, not even as freelancer. If you're allowed to work, then, as a freelancer, you'll be subject to local (e.g. city, county) or state rules. In most ...


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