Science and engineering are international endeavours and therefore the free movement of ideas and people plays a critical role in their success. Part of the reason for the UK’s global pre-eminence in these fields is our current and historical ability to attract the world’s most talented minds, from university students to experienced professionals.

Our work focuses on examining how changes to visa provisions, settlement rights and immigration caps, among other issues, may affect our members and the wider sector, and advocating for policies that would support a thriving sector.

  • Visa refusals - the figures, the problem and the solution

    16 May 2018

    Following an FOI by CaSE, the Home Office have released the numbers of skilled worker visas refused due to the Tier 2 cap. Here's a look at the figures, the problem and the solution.

  • The forgotten issues of future migration policy

    24 April 2018

    Ian Robinson, an immigration law partner at Fragomen Worldwide, discusses the current balance of Government immigration action in the face of Brexit.

  • CaSE policy review on Brexit 2018

    28 March 2018

    To mark the anniversary of the triggering of article 50 on 29th March 2017, CaSE has published a new Brexit report with policy asks from the science and engineering sector on people, funding and regulation.