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Changes Proposed by the UK Government’s Official Migration Advisers

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), the UK Government’s official migration advisers, were asked to advise on whether the current investment thresholds for the Tier 1 Investor Visas (Investor Visas) were appropriate to deliver significant economic benefit to the UK.

The MAC published their report on 25 February 2014 which contained a number of recommendations.

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