Home Secretary Announces New UK Points-Based Immigration SystemPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 20 February 2020
The Government have released an official policy statement on 18 February 2020 setting out how the new immigration system will function in the UK. Many of the recommendations of the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report published on 28 January 2020 have been accepted by the Conservative Government which will likely be integrated into a formal Immigration Bill to work its way through Parliament during the remainder of 2020.
The policy statement claims “the new points-based immigration system will open up the UK to the brightest and the best from around the world” with the Government “delivering a system that works in the interests of the whole of the UK prioritising the skills a person
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