German Interior and “Heimat” Ministry wants to dramatically restrict refugee family reunification — including immediate relatives.

If Horst Seehofer gets his way, the rules on which family members are allowed to join refugees in Germany will be dramatically tightened.

Under a draft law currently being discussed by Seehofer’s Interior and “Heimat” Ministry and other ministries and leaked to the RND newspaper consortium on Wednesday, the only relatives automatically allowed into Germany would be refugees’ spouses, unmarried minor children and the parents of minors who already here.

“Other family members, including siblings, will not fall under purview of this new set of regulations,” the draft law read, according to the RND — in other words, refugees would not be able to bring brothers, sisters and other relatives to Germany.