Migration Advisory Committee

Migration Advisory Committee

A non-statutory, non-time-limited, non-departmental public body (quango) sponsored by the UK Border Agency of the Home Office, which advises the government on migration issues.
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The Government's own Migration Advisory Committee showed that for 2016/17, European migrants contributed on average PS2,300 more to public finances than the average citizen.
But Mr Street wrote to the Migration Advisory Committee and said the roadblock was putting the future of restaurants in the West Midlands in danger of closure due to a lack of skilled staff.
The Prime Minister has already committed to a radical rewrite of the policy, and Ms Patel confirmed she would be urgently commissioning the Migration Advisory Committee to review Australia's points-based system.
And his new Home Secretary confirmed she would be urgently commissioning the Migration Advisory Committee to review Australia's points-based system.
He repeated that call during this leadership race, vowing to task the Migration Advisory Committee to come up with the details of the new system.
Macpherson writes that he wants to "discuss how we can work together to deliver the regional immigration pilot projects the MAC (Migration Advisory Committee) recommended in their most recent report, which was a welcome acknowledgement of the need for tailored migration policy for different parts of the country".
Johnson said he would ask the Migration Advisory Committee to incorporate elements of the Australian points-based system into the UK's new law.
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has (Monday 24 June) asked the Migration Advisory Committee to review and advise on salary thresholds for the future immigration system, which will start to take effect from 2021.
The Migration Advisory Committee is to look at a proposal that migrants applying for fiveyear visas should have a minimum salary mooted at around PS30,000.
Later in the question session, Gordon MP Colin Clark raised concerns over the migration advisory committee's recommendations that firms would have to pay a minimum of PS30,000 to recruit workers from outside the UK.
(2012), 'Skilled immigration and strategically important skills in the UK economy', Migration Advisory Committee.
The Migration Advisory Committee, on whose earlier report the White Paper drew, recommended that the existing salary threshold of [pounds sterling]30,000 for Tier 2 visas should be maintained.

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