Defra extends seasonal worker visas until 2029

The extension will mean 43,000 visas will be available to the horticulture sector in 2025, with another 2,000 visas for poultry

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Defra extends seasonal worker visas until 2029

The Government has committed to extending the seasonal worker visa route for five years until 2029 ‘to give businesses time to plan effectively'. It is part of a series of new measures in its response...

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