yea, more information needed.
Also, immigration is making more errors these days than they are getting things right. Even if you ask someone at immigration, there is a good chance you will get the wrong answer.
How to qualify for a work visa, and if you qualify for one, are becoming more of an art than a science depending on which office you apply at and which immigration official is processing your application. Some just issue them. Some will make you prove you have a job offer. Some will want a professional degree, legalized, officially translated, and so on. It is not a given just for checking the box any more.
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