Upstack developers have the ability to send invoices at the end of a 10 day block, this means around every 2 weeks.
These blocks start on the day of your projects official start date and end every 5 days, when a new block starts.
After 10 working days (two 5 day blocks) that time period will be invoiced to the client and the developer can send their invoice within a few days of this happening. Developers can only invoice Upstack once the period of the time has been paid by the client.
They can use the Upstack portal to do so, as it allows developers to generate invoices, have them sent to the Upstack Accounts Department all the while seamlessly transferring the payment information to Payoneer.
More information on this matter will be supplied during your initial interview, as well as during your onboarding period (when a project starts).
If you have any questions feel free to contact Robert Dragne - Upstack Client Success Manager - email@example.com.