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7 Differences between an Independent Contractor and an Employee for Immigrants

There are many misconceptions about being an independent contractor. In this blog we explain the main differences between an independent contractor and an employee.

What is an Independent Contractor? Independent contractors are workers in business for themselves. They’re free to work on multiple projects simultaneously and take jobs on a per project basis. In many cases, they can choose when, where, and how they perform the work.⁠

What is an Employee? Employees are workers e

Employed by a business, person, or government entity.⁠ In an employee-employer relationship, the employer generally exercises control over the wages, hours, and working conditions of the employee.

We created a small chart below to explain some of the key differences:

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