Who could be affected by Sweden's proposed migration reforms?

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A parliamentary committee unveiled an array of proposals last week that could alter Swedish migration policy if they were to be come law. But who would be affected by them?

To find out more, Radio Sweden spoke with Anna Lindblad, the chief legal officer at the Swedish Refugee Law Center, a legal aid group that analyzes and assesses immigration policy.

One group that wouldn't be touched by the latest proposals are those who come to Sweden for a job. That category of immigration is being reviewed by another government-appointed inquiry, that's expected to wrap up its work next year.

Click the play button to hear Lindblad discuss the committee's proposals.