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UK Ministers to ease the Immigrations Restrictions to form close ties with India in the year 2022.

  • New proposed laws would allow Indian citizens to live and work more freely in the United Kingdom.
  • The initiative allows similar visa deals to Indian students as Australians to work in the UK for upto three years.
  • John Morison believes to form tight ties working in best interests of Indian-British economies through this agreement. 

 

UK Ministers are plotting a strategic layout to ease the immigration restrictions, opening doors to abundant opportunities for Indian students to freely work and live in the UK in the year 2022, truly a new year move! The initiative is considered under the forthcoming trade talks, which were scheduled to commence between Delhi and the UK by the new years. 

 

International trade secretary Anne-Marie is expected to visit Delhi this month to hold a potential discussion, listing the possibilities this offer would shower in the goodwill of both the countries. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is believed to extend her support to Ms. Trevelyan. However, she is likely to face opposition from Home Secretary Priti Patel who resists this offer. 

 

Under the government scheme to curb China’s growing influence in the region, Annie- Marie is all set to dangle this offer in front of the Indian representatives. 

 

The initiative lays below-mentioned opportunities to the Indian Students:

 

  • The offer is directed to cater similar visa deals to Indian students as Australians, granting young workers to afford a living for themselves in Britain for up to three years. 
  • Slashing of visa fees for Indian students, permitting them a temporary stay in the UK after they complete their graduation. 
  • Reducing the cost of work and tourist visas which at a present cost around £1,400

 

Ministers in the United Kingdom anticipate that a trade agreement with Delhi would allow British businesses an advantage in what is expected to be the world’s third-largest economy by 2050. 

 

Mr. Johnson claimed that this agreement would work in the best interests of the families affected by the riffle effect of the virus to rise again and boost both British and Indian economies. He further promises to go ‘further and faster to push Britain forward in a post-Brexit future, hoping that Britain can establish tight ties with India which in turn will allow it to outshine and clinch a historic trade pact.



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