National Council votes down softer conditions for immigrant families

Ljubljana, 2 November - The upper chamber of parliament has vetoed changes to the foreigners act that allow family reunification for non-EU workers in Slovenia after one year as opposed to two and that lower the language proficiency level required for family members to stay on after the first year.

The National Council, the upper chamber of parliament.
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