Hello and sorry for the awfully long title, which pretty much sums up what I want to ask below! The question might be a bit stupid but I figure taking my chances doesn’t hurt either.
I’m an Indian national with a French work permit who offers online tutoring (mostly in math but also in English), and will soon obtain a micro-entrepreneur status, with which I plan to continue tutoring as a micro-entreprise. My question is: is it possible to do remote work or remote tutoring for an organization based outside France (e.g. the US, UK, China or Australia or even other EU countries) that employ mostly local tutors? Just to clarify, the question is not about whether I’d be able to tutor online - I’ve got the skills and all of my five current students are online students. The question is more about the legal side of things - e.g. can I be based on a different country (e.g. say the US) than the one where the employer organization is based in, and tutor for them as a freelance? Or do I mandatorily need a work permit for the US to be able to work from France? How about if I replace the US by other countries like China - I get an impression from my online search that they use lot of online tutors for tutoring English? Just as an added clarification - when I say tutor for an organization, I don’t mean an online learning platform like SuperProf or PrePly, with whom we don’t have to sign a contract, but rather an organization that’d hire tutors to tutor the local students.