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The Home Office has published its 2021 Budget and Spending Review, providing more information on its previously announced 2022 immigration plans.
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BAL Analysis: The immigration routes and plans are intended to improve the U.K. immigration system and help the U.K. compete in the global labor market. BAL will continue to monitor these routes and will provide more information as it becomes available.
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