An immigration system that works for science and innovation (Eighth Report of Session 2017-18. HC Paper No.1061)


Thu, 19 Jul 2018

A Science and Technology Committee report explores its proposed immigration proposal for the science and innovation community. The proposal is based on several principles, including the need: to support individuals with different types and levels of skill, and who are at different career stages, as well as their dependents; to readily recruit highly skilled people, wherever they are from, without being subject to an annual limit; and to enable further travel, outside the UK, for research purposes, without it affecting an individual's ability to apply for indefinite leave to remain.




Category: Immigration »  Employment. Keyword(s): Highly-skilled workers. Area(s) of law: Employment; Public Sector; Technology and Information.
Source: House of Commons Science and Technology Committee

 

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