India-UK migration pact may be hard to enforce but visa deal a boon for young Indian professionals – South China Morning Post

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An agreement between London and New Delhi for India to take back any of its citizens found to be living illegally in Britain in exchange for UK working visas for young professionals has evoked both optimism and reservations within the estimated 1.5 million-strong British-Indian community.Migration has long been a fractious issue between the two countries, with a similar proposal unravelling in 2018 following disagreements over the extradition process. At the time, London claimed there were as…Read More

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