A look at the Senate immigration bill

Published: Thursday, June 27 2013 1:38 p.m. MDT

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— Under current law, U.S. citizens can sponsor spouses, children and siblings to come to the U.S., with limits on some categories. The bill would bar citizens from sponsoring their siblings and would allow them to sponsor married sons and daughters only if those children are under age 31.

— Legal permanent residents can currently sponsor spouses and children, but the numbers are limited. The bill eliminates that limit.
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