The House of Representatives is expected to vote on a comprehensive immigration bill by the end of the year, but the bill will be very different from the Senate’s version.
The House version is likely to include a pathway to citizenship, while the Senate version is unlikely to.
The Senate’s bill has some provisions that would make it easier for immigrants to become legal residents, but it would also make it harder to become a citizen.
While the Senate bill does not include a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, the House version does.
The legislation is likely headed to President Donald Trump’s desk.
The president, a vocal supporter of immigration reform who signed an executive order last month that temporarily suspended the refugee resettlement program, has vowed to sign the House bill.
The White House has been urging Congress to pass immigration reform in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The White House and the Trump administration have both made a push to win support from House Democrats in support of immigration reforms.