UK Govt unveils new tougher rules for visa to cut Migration


The UK Government has introduced new immigration rules to curb the net migration as it is surging. Home Secretary James Clevery announced his plan to curb immigration. 

Some of the key changes that he made was to increase the minimum wage of overseas skilled workers from £26,200 to £38,700. The Home Secretary said that almost 300000 immigrants came to the United Kingdom last year and this would not happen again in the future.

There is a drastic increase in the wages of People who came to the UK through family visas their income soared to £38,700. Family Visa Holder would be required to show £38,700 if bringing dependant to UK.

The Home Secretary told to MPs in a statement that, Immigration to the UK must decreased.Mr Cleverly said, Immigration policy must be fair and sustainable.

The migration plan comes after official figures last month showed net migration had surged to a record number of 745,000 people who came to the UK in 2022.

Key Takeaways

Some of the Key salary requirements, the government said it would:

  • There should be a Ban on health and care workers bringing family members as dependents to the UK.
  •  NHS has become more expensive for foreign workers from £624 to £1,035
  • Raise the minimum income for family visas to £38,700, from £18,600.
  • There will be Govt official review of the graduate visa route.