• Thursday, August 11, 2022


UK urged to be less rigid on visas as Indian companies have created 130,000 jobs

Anuj Chande

By: Sarwar Alam

By Amit Roy Theresa May’s government will find that negotiations aimed at signing a Free Trade Agreement with India will prove “difficult and prolonged” if it continues to stick to its rigid line on visas, especially on intra-company transfers. This was stated by Anuj Chande, a corporate finance partner and head of the South Asia Group for Grant Thornton UK, in an exclusive interview with Eastern Eye. Asked whether intra-company visas were still a problem, Chande confirmed: “It is still a problem and I think the UK needs to pay attention to that aspect because I have a feeling that…

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