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Points Based UK Immigration will Help for Sure.

The UK Prime Minister believes that the new points based system is going to help UK government to reduce illegal immigration.  In his speech to reporters, he admitted the same and revealed the planning and thoughts  of government in this regards. Here are the some snapshots of his speech.

 British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has explained how the Government is transforming the way it deals with immigration through its “controlled and fair” points-based system.

British Prime Minister Mr. Gordon Brown has revealed how the government has altered the way they deal with UK immigration with the “new points” based immigration system. He was addressing a press conference in Shoreditch, East London on Thursday. He said that the new system will check illegal immigration from outside of European Union.  

The government is planning to organize a skills enhancement program to train the British nationals due to lack of which immigrants are required to fill. The PM said: “The system we have introduced gives us the ability to secure the skills we need and to secure our borders against those who are not welcome here.

And I believe the responsible way to debate migration … is to debate how we can use this system over the coming years to continue to control migration fairly, to reduce the overall need for migration, while continuing to attract the key people who will make the biggest contribution to the growth of our economy.”

The government is also planning to remove Care Workers and Chefs from shortage skill list by 2014 and 2012 respectively, which have attracted non-European Union nationals the most. He told.

The government policies are backed by the facts that asylum claims were back to the levels of the early 1990s and recent provisional figures suggest net inward migration has fallen from 170,000 in 2007 to 147,000 in 2009.

During the speech a website held a live online discussion with Home Office Minister for Borders and ImmigrationFeature Articles, Phil Woolas. The Minister answered questions about immigration during the PM’s speech.

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