Law firms are set to face new restrictions on international recruitment in the wake of the U.K. government’s announcement of a cap on the immigration of skilled workers.

The changes to the points-based immigration system — announced Nov. 23 and published in full the next day — include the removal of the tier one general category for highly-skilled workers, which will restrict the movement of migrants from outside of the European Economic Area from April next year.

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