US senate passes immigration reform

28 June 2013

SBS Radio World News Australia

The US Senate has passed legislation that will offer citizenship to an estimated 11 million undocumented migrants residing in the country, but lecturer Adam Lockyer says getting the legisliation through the House won't be an easy task.

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