Financial Times
17 October 2014

Foreigners will pay more for fast-track visas

Kamal Rahman, head of immigration at the law firm Mishcon de Reya, said that while the new minimum payment was not likely to deter her clients, the prospect of UK gilts being banned in favour of riskier investments was more of a worry.

“At the moment people see this as rainy-day money, and they know they won’t lose the capital,” she said. “If there are future changes which make the investments higher risk, then that might be a problem”.

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