New Migration Advisory Committee report recommends “no preference” for EU worker visas EU citizens should not be given preferential access when applying for UK visas, according to the long-awaited Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report on the future of EEA migration. The EEA migration in the UK: Final report was commissioned by the former Home Secretary.
There have been a growing number of stories in recent years of people who have lived in the UK their whole lives suddenly finding that they are not considered British citizens and do not necessarily have the right to continue living and working here. Many people assume that if they are born in the UK.
It is estimated that there are around 3.8 million citizens of other EU countries living in the UK, making up about 6% of the country’s population. While the government have repeatedly made assurances that their right to stay in the UK will be protected once we leave the EU, it is understandable for EU migrants.
British employers are to receive a “toolkit” designed to help EU citizens register for the new immigration status they will need following Brexit. The toolkit, launched by the Home Office earlier this week, will contain a variety of materials designed to help employers know what they need to do for any EU workers in their.
From today, thousands more overseas doctors and nurses will be able to work in the NHS following the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid’s, announcement that they would be excluded from the government’s standard cap on visas for skilled workers. Previously, visas given to foreign doctors and nurses were counted towards the overall cap on Tier 2.
Thousands of applications from overseas doctors looking to work in the UK have been refused, according to recently released official figures. Of 3,597 requests by doctors for Tier 2 visas received by the Home Office between 6 November 2017 and 5 April 2018, only 34% were accepted. This means more than 2,300 doctors were denied.
Amber Rudd has resigned as Home Secretary following the growing scandal over the Home Office’s treatment of members of the Windrush generation and other Commonwealth citizens and their children. While Rudd’s resignation is being hailed as a victory by many, it is not yet clear what, if any, impact the scandal will have on broader.
Each year a limited number of people are able to apply for a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa, allowing them to live and work in the UK on the basis of their leading expertise in a particular field. The number of Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) allocations available each year was recently raised from 1,000 to.
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has released an interim update on its review of the economic and social impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on the UK’s labour market. This highlights UK employers’ experience of hiring EEA workers and some of the key issues it is concerned about following the EU referendum. The.