The federal government has jurisdiction over the terms and conditions for immigrants to reside in the United States, as well as responsibility for border and interior enforcement. In 2013, Congress is considering immigration reform, including improved enforcement measures, new temporary worker visas, and earned legalization for unauthorized immigrants. In June, the U.S. Senate passed comprehensive immigration reform. NCSL's 2-page summary of S.744, with links to the press statement, NCSL policy, NCSL Info Alert, the text of the bill and NCSL’s section by section summary, can be found here. The U.S. House of Representatives introduced a series of immigration bills. A two-page summary can be found here.