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Byline: Nilay Shastry A little under two weeks ago, the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) and the International Graduates Scheme (IGS) were swept away in new immigration legislation.
The fake qualifications tricked the Home Office into granting visas under the UK's Highly Skilled Migrant Programme.
Tens of thousands of doctors, engineers and financiers have been encouraged to come with their families to work and stay in Britain under the Home Office's highly skilled migrant programme since it was introduced in 2002.
The highly skilled migrant programme (HSMP) The new Tier 1 route bears striking similarity to the existing Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) although it will also provide a route for foreign students graduating from UK higher education institutions to remain in the UK and compete for work for up to 12 months post-graduation.
Rather, the new threat to Africa lies in the increasingly diverse mass evacuation schemes for highly trained and skilled Africans such as the disingenuously named US Green Card Lottery and the more honestly named UK Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) amongst others (see story on p14).
The Home Office's Highly Skilled Migrant Programme is based on a points system, with applicants needing a score of 65.
The highly skilled migrant programme added 10,000 to the number of applicants we received in last round.
A knowledge of English language has recently been introduced as part of the revised Highly Skilled Migrant Programme Scheme.