News: UK eases immigration rules

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UK eases immigration rules

The UK Government has announced changes to its immigration rules to encourage Indian students and entrepreneurs. The new regulations allow them to take up corporate internships after completing their degree. The rules have also been eased for graduates to take up skilled jobs. Those on graduate entrepreneur visas will now be able to switch to a skilled workers' visa more easily.

The UK Government has announced changes to its immigration rules to encourage Indian students and entrepreneurs. The new regulations allow them to take up corporate internships after completing their degree. The rules have also been eased for graduates to take up skilled jobs. Those on graduate entrepreneur visas will now be able to switch to a skilled workers' visa more easily.

The other changes, which are for business visitors, will allow employees of companies to undertake corporate training in the UK delivered by an external company or do a short course of study. Further, changes to the intracompany transfer (ICT) route will enable employees already on this visa to extend it without having to take a language test.

Read the Economic Times news report here.

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