Kathmandu, Nov. 29 -- Some major changes in policy, introduced to provide interest-subsidised loans for promoting enterprises inside the country, will allow returnee migrant workers to access financial support.

The latest changes in the 'Integrated Guidelines on Interest Exemption of Subsidised Loan, 2075' remove some provisions that had been adding hassles for migrant workers to claim the loans offered by the government.

For accessing the soft loan, migrant workers were required to have not crossed three years of returning from a foreign job and to produce a skill certificate to prove their experience in the sector they would be starting their new business.

According to Uttam Adhikari, chairperson of the Returnee Migrants' Network, an...