President Barack Obama will debut his plan for comprehensive immigration reform during an event in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday.

House Speaker John Boehner said there was enough bipartisan support for comprehensive immigration reform to pass. In Washington, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has been a proponent of granting citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the country.

According to The Hill,  the Congressional Hispanic Caucus “developed a nine-point immigration plan earlier this year that is likely to serve as the template for the president’s immigration reform efforts.” That template includes calls “for a pathway to permanent residency and eventual citizenship for undocumented immigrants, new work visas for skilled professionals and the establishment of an employment verification system.”

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