The British government is waiting with young people with open arms

International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan travels to Delhi in January to discuss easing immigration rules for Indian nationals guardian.

Visa facilitation options include a system similar to that in Australia, which would allow young Indians to live in the UK for up to 3 years.

Another option is to reduce the cost of visas for students (work and tourism visa fees can currently cost up to £1,400) and they will have the opportunity to move to the island country after graduation.

British ministers believe that the trade agreement with Delhi will benefit British companies, but it is also an excellent opportunity to boost their economies: India does not have bilateral trade agreements with the United States or the European Union.

“India is expected to become the third largest economy in the world by 2050, and the FTA will open up a huge opportunity for British companies to trade the £2.25 trillion Indian economy,” said Anne-Marie Trevelyan.

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