Saturday, 26 June 2010

UK immigrants face temporary cap

26 June 2010
The UK will be introducing a cap on the number of non-EU workers moving to the United Kingdom. This step is the first by the new UK govt and the Home Secretary will be announcing the details on Monday, the move will come into affect quickly while another consultation is undertaken to assess how to reduce net migration permanently.

This cap has been severly criticized by industry and business leaders who fear that these limits will make it harder to recruit the necessary skilled staff needed.

The UK govt has made a promise to reduce migration and although it is not clear at the moment how these changes may affect the UK it is perfectly clear that these caps whether temporary or permanent WILL HAVE an affect on those intending to make the UK their new home.

As soon as new details are made public, I will list and analyse these changes here.

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