The UK immigration rules are showing unexpected results but there is a positive side to them. There is a plan for the benefit of elite researchers and special professionals in engineering, science, and technology to immigrate and enjoy the fruits of their efforts in Britain after its exit from the EU. Boris Johnson, its Prime Minister revealed plans for a fresh and fast-track visa to benefit the bright and best talents.
Manifold jobs in the UK
This measure will support the already existing talent and ensure that the immigration system has the capacity to attract the best global minds. Such initiatives will help the UK to be a great force in global science and after leaving the European Union it will sustain the policies in science and research. Moreover, the scientific community provides an opportunity for developing and exporting innovation in the world.
Pursuing the UK immigration system
The announcement of the plan is a welcome development after Johnson won the leadership in governance with a promise to take Britain to a new future after it leaves the European Union on October 31. He is also interested in pursuing an immigration system similar to Australia and based on points to improve the chances of top skilled workers and professionals.
The Department for Business and Interior Ministry will cooperate with the scientific community for developing this system. It is likely to commence later this year.
It will have the aims of:
• Abolishing the top-tier immigrants’ cap for exceptional talent visas,
• Expanding the pool of research institutes and universities for endorsing the promising candidates
Besides this, the Officials will plan to remove the requirement, of holding an Employment Offer before arriving, and also include a speedy path to settlement, for specific and qualified candidates.