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Obtaining work visa -- programmer

I have obtained a positive skills assessment for "developer programmer" from the Australian Computer Society.

1. How can I go about securing a job offer from Australia?
2. Do I need to provide proof of English language proficiency for the purposes of obtaining a work visa?

Thank you.

Ammar Elmousa
Amman, Jordan


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