Natives of New Zealand staying on the English soils fear that the UK could do away with the right to submit an application for settlement in the wake of living and doing job in England for a period of five years. The other day, the British Government winded-up their consultation on whether to close paths to permanent residency for citizens from non European Union nations from doing a job in the UK under the many available visas categories.
Several enterprises are worried that any additional restriction imposed on the immigration rules of the UK would not be in the interests of the nation's economy, even while it discouraged talented professionals from landing on the UK shores. A concerned person was quoted as saying that it was difficult to view how such a development was likely to prove beneficial to the British economy.
He further said that he was positive that the move would affect the economy of Britain in case the natives of New Zealand were deprived of the chance to arrive in the country without facing any major restrictions or hurdles.
Those against the new proposed limits related to immigration say that migrants, who are from non-EU nations, constitute just a minuscule number of those who land up on the soils of England. A large number of immigrants arrive from inside the EU. They also disclose that enterprises in the UK would not have any interest to spend time and money on talent from abroad, in case they leaned that they may not be able to retain such talent permanently.
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