A scrutiny panel will conduct a high-level review of Jersey Government's proposed migration policy.
The policy was due to be debated by the States this month but has been pushed back to after the May elections by the Chief Minister.
The review will consider all aspects of the policy including plans to introduce:
- Time-limited work permits for lower-skilled migrants coming to the island.
- Introducing criminal record checks for all migrants
- Introducing photo-ID registration cards for all migrants
Deputy John Le Fondré says the panel's review is vital as the debate of the policy will now take place under a new States Assembly.