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Offline julienp

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private entrepreneur (without residency need)
« on: 16:32 05-Nov-2019 »
Has anyone recently set up a private entrepreneur entity (not an LLC) to work as freelance ?
I have checked on the BBCU website, but their brochure is focused on LLC and getting residency permit (I sent them a mail anyway)

I already have a PR and a tax ID (so I don't plan to do that to get residency).
From what I read, it seems as simple as filling a form online... Can't be true :)


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Re: private entrepreneur (without residency need)
« Reply #1 on: 04:14 06-Nov-2019 »
Has anyone recently set up a private entrepreneur entity (not an LLC) to work as freelance ?
I have checked on the BBCU website, but their brochure is focused on LLC and getting residency permit (I sent them a mail anyway)

I already have a PR and a tax ID (so I don't plan to do that to get residency).
From what I read, it seems as simple as filling a form online... Can't be true :)

First!

In answer: No I haven't :-(

But: Props to you for using the word SIMPLE and not invalidating the message by using the word UKRAINE in it.

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Re: private entrepreneur (without residency need)
« Reply #2 on: 15:07 08-Nov-2019 »
But: Props to you for using the word SIMPLE and not invalidating the message by using the word UKRAINE in it.
Some guy promised a governement in a smartphone !

btw, the BBCU address is dead so it seems that nobody took over the business after Glyn moved out

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Re: private entrepreneur (without residency need)
« Reply #3 on: 15:48 09-Nov-2019 »

btw, the BBCU address is dead so it seems that nobody took over the business after Glyn moved out


It's still for sale if anyone is interested. Apparently, according to the Boss, the BBCU website needs him to fly to Kyiv and make a 330 UAH deposit in a bank and then send a copy of the receipt to the Web provider.

Ukraine is still in the dark ages.