UK's Crackdown On Migration, What's Next?

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  • Published On: May 16, 2024
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The UK government's Migration Advisory Committee reviewed the Graduate Route Visa saying that the visa, which allows international students to work in the country for at least two years after graduation, should remain in place. However, with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak cracking down on migration by introducing fresh guidelines that restrict foreign students and workers from bringing their families to the UK, it is unclear what is to be expected from the UK government on the Graduation Route Visa. NDTV hosts a panel to discuss this and more.

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