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Japa: U.K. bans overseas health workers, caregivers from bringing their dependants

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The United Kingdom has banned Health and Care Workers from bringing dependants to the country as part of a move to checkmate migration.

The ban was announced by the UK Home Office via its verified X handle (formerly Twitter) on Monday.

The Home Office wrote, “From today, care workers entering the UK on Health and Care Worker visas can no longer bring dependants. This is part of our plan to deliver the biggest ever cut in migration.”

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The Secretary of State for the Home Department, James Cleverly, posted an infographic saying “Banned: Overseas care workers from bringing dependants.

“120,000 people who arrived last year would no longer be eligible under our new rules. Also, it stated that the announcement was made based on the economic downtown facing the UK. It noted that the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak has been trying to fix it.

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