Is it true that immigration bill proposed today highlights that now U.S.Citizens can't sponsor their siblings for a green card?
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Yes, 18 months from the date of enactment this category will be eliminated.
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One of the proposed provisions would indeed end the sibling category for sponsorship by US citizens. If you want to sponsor a sibling and are a US citizen, do it now. Keep in mind, this is just a bill, not a law.
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None of the immigration reform has become LAW yet! Stay tuned!
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Yes, the proposal eliminates the sibling category.
Makes the spouses/children of LPRs Immediate Relatives and limits the sons/daughters category to people under 31.
But, it is just a proposal.
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