United Kingdom, 13th October: Crackdown on UK work visas, foreign students has been announced.
Yes, that is quite true.
Crackdown on UK Work Visas, Foreign Students— Crackdown on UK Work Visas, Foreign Students has been announced by the UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd. As per the details, plans for this crackdown are being revealed.
“Crackdown on UK Work visas and foreign students has been announced. “
Yes. Amber Rudd revealed new restrictions on foreign students.
New UK visa restrictions on foreign students—New UK visa restrictions on foreign students have been announced. These include UK Two-Tier visa rules for poor quality courses and universities in the UK. In addition, these new restrictions are also on work visas and introduction of a £140m controlling migration fund.
Foreign workers must not take jobs of Britons—This was clearly warned by the Home Secretary Rudd in a recent announcement. During her speech, she said foreign workers must not be able to steal away jobs of Britons. Hence, a consultation paper shall have an option for asking firms to publish their percentage of foreign staff on rolls.
UK to boost percentage of British doctors in the NHS—UK Home Secretary Rudd has pledged to give a fillip to the percentage of British doctors in the NHS. Meanwhile, the new proposal aims to cut the inflow of foreign students from non-EU nations. As per the details, nearly 167,000 of 600,000 new migrants include foreign students from non-EU nations.
Hence, aim of new UK immigration rules will aim for quality of courses and colleges in the UK.
Consultations on New UK Student immigration system—The UK Home Office shall have consultations soon on new UK student immigration process. In addition, proposals are for toughening the resident labor market test.
The new tougher UK labor market test shall make sure that foreigners coming to the UK fill gaps in UK labor market. They must not take up jobs that can be taken up by Britons, Rudd clarified.
Mandatory UK immigration status checks effective December—Mandatory UK immigration checks will become effective from December this year, Rudd said. She further maintained that leaving the EU will be a step aimed at cutting immigration levels in the UK.