With the December 31 deadline for the end of the Brexit transition period now just weeks away, the UK opened its new points-based system of Skilled Worker Visas which is largely viewed as good news for India.
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Britain’s decision to enforce its new points-based student visa regime from October is a promising move for Indian student numbers.
The UK government said that it will be suspending the use of a digital tool to process visas amid a legal challenge that claimed it amounted to “racism” as the computer algorithm discriminated against applicants on the basis of nationality by design.
The UK’s recent updates to its immigration system, especially the changes in relation to International students, are a very welcome move.
The UK government will launch a new fast-track Health and Care Visa from August to attract overseas doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals to the state-funded National Health Service (NHS) as part of its new post-Brexit immigration system.
Measures to support foreign medics employed with the NHS fall short on fairness grounds. As the UK’s Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill 2020 returned to the House of Commons on its journey to becoming law, the so-called “historic” piece of post-Brexit legislation has got mired in outcries. “Our new points-based system is firmer, fairer, and simpler. It will attract the people we need to drive our economy forward and lay the foundation for a high wage, high [...]