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Do I have any restrictions on using contractors that live in other countries?

Asked by pallen123 (1510 points ) June 22nd, 2011

I would like to have an artist design a logo for a client of mine but the artist lives in Ukraine. As a U.S. businessperson, are there any legal considerations that prohibit me from contracting with someone that lives in another country?

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

Check with the client or check your contract and see if the client has a “Buy American” clause.

But you should be able to use any artist you want for a logo. Decals or labels for “buy American” would have to be produced in USA

Bagardbilla's avatar

I in the past have contracted with foreign Artists and Software designers, without a hitch. I would have to agree with @Tropical Willie re the “Buy American” or wherever you/your client may be from… restrictions.

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