Let's say you are a well-versed Filipino engineer who has been employed in Great Britain, and is now an employee there. Then, a racist has questioned your credentials, and you say:
We're no amateurs, all foreign engineers who have made their own way to get here, and who now work as engineers for different employers are experienced and highly competent.
Are both of my relative clause grammatical?
P.S:”made their way” as they have passed several exams including ENGLISH TEST!(hehe)