The UK government has prepared a policy document on immigration policy after Brexit. It says that the new system assumes a reduction in the number of migrants to less than 100 thousand people, which will be achieved through priority for skilled workers, as well as due to the same attitude towards the citizens of the European Union and those who are not. There will be no restrictions on the number of skilled workers. They will have to be sponsored by the company, and they will be assigned a minimum salary threshold. The threshold will be set in consultation with enterprises over the next year. EU citizens of any skill level will be able to come to the UK for up to 12 months without a job offer.
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