I am new to Upwork and my account was recently suspended so that it could be video-verified.
Although the Upwork helpdesk was more than helpful in reactivating my account, I now realise that I have lost two active candidacies and a contract has been archived after I've completed the first milestone.
I know I'll have to re-apply to the two original clients. However regarding the archived contract, does this mean that I have to re-apply or can I automatically continue as soon as the client makes contact again?
I've had a search through the community questions but couldn't find an answer.
Thanks for reading,
Solved! Go to Solution.
Proposals and active candidacies are withdrawn when a freelancer is suspended since they can't accept new contracts until resumed. However, your contract remained active and wasn't closed. You can find it under My Jobs tab.
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