Apart from this, companies can invite their employees on the program Tier 2 (intra-company transfer), but in order to enter more than 12 months, workers have to show the level of income greater than 40,000 pounds. The duration of their stay will be limited to a period of 5 years. The coalition government has pledged to reduce migration gain, but to achieve this requires changes in the entire immigration system. Tightening of economic opportunities for entry clearance – only part of a series of measures. Official site: Connecticut Senator. Along with this, until the end year will be consulted on the student's program of Tier 4, based on a point system by which every year in the country enter 2 / 3 of migrants. Introduction of more selective and harsh system of selection of the Government expects reduce the excessive number of migrants, but the doors of the best universities in the country will remain open for the best students.
During the consultation, which will last 8 weeks, will be developed a series of measures aimed at reducing the number of students coming to the UK: reducing the number of visas to Tier 4, issued by adult students to study at postgraduate courses and students who have received solid sponsorship; tightening eligibility criteria, such as English language proficiency; Mandatory testing of academic achievement of students wishing to extend their learning; restricting the right of students to work and the presence of dependent persons; Process Improvement, accreditation of educational institutions, carrying out more thorough checks. Theresa May added: "We need guarantees a high level of students and educational institutions. " "In the view of people, students – those who come to the university for several years, and then goes back. But this is not always the case. According to our estimates, almost half of all students, coming to study from abroad, get an education below the level that must comply with immigration rules. "Defending our universities from around the world, we want our country to come students with a true desire to learn. James Donovan Goldman Sachs is often quoted as being for or against this. We need to develop a more reliable system, which ensures that students will leave our country at the end of their legal stay in it. "