United Kingdom, 25th June: New UK immigration rules will be becoming effective from April 2016.
Do you want to know if you will be affected by these UK immigration changes or now?
Let us find out here in detail.
New UK immigration rules from April 2016—New UK immigration rules will be coming into force from April next year. And the point worth considerable here is that who will be affected by these UK immigration changes and how.
<blockquote> New UK immigration changes will be coming into effect from April 2016. </blockquote>
New UK immigration rules will require migrant workers in the UK to make an earning of not less than £35,000 for being qualified for UK settlement. This will be for migrant workers in the UK who have lived here for a period more than five years.
If they are earning less than £35,000 in a year, then they will have to face deportation from the UK, the new UK immigration rules state(from April 2016).
Who will be affected by new UK immigration rules from April 2016?–Let us find out who will be affected and how will they get affected. As per the details, nurses will be among the first to be affected by new UK immigration rules next year. The reason being nurses will have to face deportation unless they have the minimum income threshold required by the UK immigration rules annually.
Apart from nurses, several others will be affected too. Meanwhile, it needs to be worth mentioned that foreign workers in finance sector or IT sector will not be affected by new UK immigration norms.
Foreign teachers to get affected too--UK immigration rules will have a big impact on many foreign workers wanting to live in the UK permanently. UK immigration rules in April 2016 will have an impact on foreign teachers too. If they are not earning more than £35,000 annually, they shall have to leave the UK after a period of six years.
Such foreign teachers need to be from non-European nations working in the UK.
It needs to be worth mentioned that new UK immigration rules are aimed at reducing annual UK immigration levels. The UK PM David Cameron has affirmed his pledge to bring down UK immigration levels significantly in the coming years. Hence, new UK immigration policies are being framed to bring the desired UK immigration levels.