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Scotland launched migration service to help people settle into life

Scotland launched migration service to help people settle into life
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In an effort to assist individuals in adjusting to life in Scotland and businesses in navigating the immigration system, the Scottish Government is introducing a migration service.

For people who have relocated to Scotland within the last six months, the migration service’s initial phase is currently accepting appointments.

Businesses wishing to bring on foreign employees will have access to customised guidance.

The service also offers help to international students who are in their last year at a university in Scotland.

This autumn, the service is due to open to those living abroad who wish to move to Scotland.

While much of immigration law is reserved to Westminster, the Scottish Government will fund the charity Citizens Advice Scotland and the law firm Seraphus to deliver the service.

Migration minister Emma Roddick said: “New Scots make an enormous contribution to Scotland’s society by helping grow our economy, address skills shortages and contribute to public services.

“They are also vital to meeting our population needs.

“The first few months after arrival in a new country are the most significant in terms of making people feel welcome and encouraging them to stay for the long-term.

“This service will support people in those crucial weeks, helping ease the process of settling into life here.

“We also want to mitigate the complexity and bureaucracy of the immigration system – particularly post-Brexit – to encourage businesses to hire talented people from overseas and expand their operations here.

“By providing advice and information, we will help employers and investors grow businesses and attract talent.”

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