LEGAL MINUTE: news about the new immigration system

When Dr Nazia Hussein spent six months researching class and gender identity in Bangladesh for her PhD at Warwick University in 2009, she had no idea that, a decade later, the Home Office would use this to refuse her application for permanent residency. From The Guardian.

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Britain received the highest number of immigrants from outside the European Union since 2004 in the year to the end of September. From Reuters.

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After officially leaving the European Union last month, the United Kingdom’s Home Office has now shared new regulations that will require EU musicians to apply for Tier 5 visas in order to tour once the transition to Brexit ends in December of 2020. From Hypebeast.

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By 2030, British businesses will run out of university graduates who can become highly skilled workers, should the Government’s new immigration policies be put into practice, a report has found. From iNews.

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Small business leaders are warning of a 15-year shortfall in social care staffing unless the government introduces a special visa for carers. From Yahoo.

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What’s a skilled worker? And other immigration questions. From BBC.

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