The UK government has proclaimed a new immigration system to allow the “best and brightest” to visit the UK for the purpose to study, work or live.
In line with the details released from the British High Commission, British Permanent Home Secretary Matthew Rycroft, having a two-day visit to Pakistan, publicized that for UK Home Office’s new immigration system that will “level the global playing field” for the people willing to travel to the UK.
The UK and Pakistan enjoy an everlasting and shared history which is strengthened by the 1.6 million Pakistani movement in the UK that is at the heart of the ties between the two countries, and it is these people to people ties that make Pakistan a particularly important partner for the UK Home Office, the statement said.
“These ties are reliant on an effective and well-functioning migration relationship and the UK is committed to strengthening our visa routes and facilitating those wishing to travel between the two countries,” the statement quoted Rycroft as saying.
Moreover, it has been informed that the Pakistani students will be benefitted from the new graduate routes, offering an exceptional opportunity for them to enter into skilled roles in the UK job market.
According to Rycroft, the Home Office is providing an immigration system that delivers clear opportunities to the “brightest and best” from Pakistan to move to the UK for study, work, and living purposes.
Additionally, the top official also discussed the shared priorities and forthcoming collaboration amid the two countries to sustain bilateral ties.
He talked about the hurdles affecting operational cooperation and recognized areas of mutual interest to expand cooperation.
While underlining the outstanding collaboration between Metropolitan Police and Pakistani authorities last year, which led to getting justice for the murder of Dr. Imran Farooq, Rycroft showed his wish to work with the government of Pakistan to handle shared pressures and bring criminals to justice.