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Social Work in Sydney

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    Hi

    I have decided I want to move to Sydney ideally. I'm a qualified Social Worker with 4 years experience, and know that my qualification will transfer over ok. I don't want to move to Oz permanently, just for a couple of years. Can anyone give me advice on the best visa to apply for or anyone who has done/in the process of doing something similar? Would really appreciate it. Thanks! :)

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