Recruiters could act as key link in Labour’s new immigration work visa proposals

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Labour’s new immigration policy presents an opportunity for recruiters with access to in-demand candidates from outside the EU, lawyers say.

Reporting on shadow home secretary Diane Abbott’s unveiling of Labour’s new immigration policy, the BBC reports that, if elected, Labour would introduce a new integrated work visa, which would offer rights of work and residency and accelerate citizenship to a range of in-demand professions including doctors, scientists and care workers.

The visa would apply to...

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