UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid has called upon the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to review the proposals included in UK’s immigration White Paper released late 2018 which featured a £30,000 minimum salary threshold for EU migrants post-Brexit. According to the 2018 proposals, some migrants from the EU will have to earn a minimum of £30,000 as a requirement to settle in the U.K, bringing immigration from the bloc at per with immigration from the rest of the world. Since the unveiling of the proposals, there has been widespread criticism and call on the government to embrace a more flexible method on immigration Post Brexit. Mr. Javid has responded to the calls as he advised the MAC to ponder on allowing companies to pay the current rates for EU recruits after Brexit. He is quoted to have also informed the group to consider setting regional wage limits across the UK. The government will do extensive consultation this year before deciding on the minimum salary threshold, the Home Secretary said.
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