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When she served as home secretary, Prime Minister Theresa May devised a “minimum income requirement” to limit net migration to the United Kingdom to 100,000 people. This week on World Policy On Air, journalist Ismail Einashe describes the effects of this salary threshold, which prevents thousands of British residents from bringing spouses into the country, on children and families.
Read Ismail Einashe’s article, titled “Minimum income required: U.K. migration rules put a price on family unification,” in the fall issue of World Policy Journal.
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