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3 October 2023 — Corporate report
A review of the shortage occupation list for the UK carried out by the Migration Advisory Committee.
18 September 2023 — Policy paper
We want to hear views about the Seasonal Worker visa, and how well it meets the needs of employers, employees and other organisations.
15 March 2023 — Research and analysis
A report into labour shortages in the construction and hospitality sectors and the potential use of the immigration system as a response.
31 January 2023 — Corporate report
This is the third annual report that the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) have produced under their expanded remit.
27 April 2022 — Research and analysis
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report on adult social care, and the impact that ending freedom of movement has had on the sector.
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The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) is an independent, non-statutory, non-time limited, non-departmental public body that advises the government on migration issues.
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