UK to Seek Immigration Curbs through Targeted Visa System
United Kingdom, 19th October: The UK government will be seeking immigration curbs through targeted visa system soon.
Yes, this is true.
UK to Seek Immigration Curbs through Targeted Visa System—Yes, its true. The UK to Seek Immigration Curbs through Targeted Visa System soon. This has been announced by the UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
“UK to Seek Immigration Curbs through Targeted Visa System soon.”
As per the details, the UK PM May has asked a team of ministers to cut immigration levels. This will be through a targeted UK visa system. This has been revealed by a government document published yesterday.
Chaired by UK PM May, the UK immigration taskforce has been asked to give annual UK net immigration in tens of thousands. Apart from May, the UK immigration taskforce also features 12 other UK ministers. These include three leading Brexit campaigners David Davis, Boris Johnson and Liam Fox.
It may be worth mentioned that David Cameron, the predecessor of UK PM May, had also pledged to bring down UK immigration levels to tens of thousands. However, the UK government had failed to do so. As of now, the net UK migration levels are nearly three times the pledged level.
New arrivals into the UK to be less than 100,000 annually—Well, the target of the targeted UK visa system being proposed by the UK PM is to bring down the annual arrivals into the UK to less than 100,000 annually.
Hence, the group shall be implementing domestic rules for controlling migration. Moreover, it will aim at having an efficiency and a targeted UK visa system.
Harder times for undocumented immigrants stay in the UK?–May has asked the UK taskforce to aid her slash migration levels by making it difficult for undocumented immigration to live in the UK.
The committee on housing is chaired by Sajid Javid, Communities Secretary. May shall be taking personal charge of the UK immigration group, it is being stated. It needs to be worth mentioned that the EU(European Union) leaders have been warning that full access to the single market is not compatible with free movement restrictions.