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The Government announced in July 2006 that it would consult on establishing a Migration Advisory Committee to provide independent advice on migration, including on where shortage in skills and labour should be met by migration.

They are not selecting members yet. They are still discussing and gathering ideas. Based on the responses they get, they will select and form the committee by April 2007 if they decide to go ahead with it.

To get a wide range of views on whether the MAC is a good idea – and what should be its remit – a consultation paper has been produced.

New charging regime for Immigration and nationality fees

An aim of this consultation paper is to seek a wide range of views to inform the development of a new charging strategy.

It is intended that the new charging strategy would start to underpin prices in UKvisas and IND from April 2007 onwards.

How to contribute

For more details see the migration advisory committee consultation, which has all the details of what the role and purpose of MAC will be.

Click here to link to the Home Office consultation document and pro forma for responses.

Responses should be sent on or before Jan 31, 2007. They can be sent electronically to

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