Senior Partner Sarosh Zaiwalla comments in The Economic Times regarding Brexit and its impact on students and professionals from India.
Sarosh's comments were published in The Economic Times, 06 January 2019, and can be read here.
"The move to remove the cap on the number of visas for highly skilled workers, which was previously 20,700, is also seen as a positive factor for Indian students. “After Brexit, Indian professionals will be competing on merit rather than on nationality, as the UK will no longer have to favour EU nationals. The UK’s proposed skills-based immigration system improves the post-study work offering for international students,” says UKbased Sarosh Zaiwalla, founder of law firm Zaiwalla & Co LLP.