How the UK government's plans in 2024 will impact immigration for businesses and the wider market.

In this session we will review the changes the UK Government has set in motion to reduce net migration that will come in to effect in April this year.

Current plans include changes to salary thresholds, removing existing concessions for shortage workers, and restricting dependant family members for some workers. These changes will have a significant impact on recruitment, influencing hiring strategies for migrant and home-grown talent.

We will also examine the positive changes for business visitors and some youth mobility schemes.


Key topics:

  • Recruitment of skilled migrant workers
  • Dependants of workers
  • Business visitors
  • Graduate recruitment
  • Increasing cost of Home Office applications

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at HR teams and those responsible for social mobility and sponsorship within their organisation.

Event date

09:00 - 10:00 GMT

Pinsent Masons Video


Alex Wright

Associate at Pinsent Masons

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