The House Judiciary Committee will begin marking up a series of immigration reform bills next week, the chairman announced Friday.

The Judiciary panel will attempt to send two proposals to the chamber floor. The first, which is designed to bolster the enforcement of immigration laws in the nation’s interior, will be marked up Tuesday; the second, which relates to the guest-worker program catering to the nation’s agriculture industry, will follow.

The piecemeal approach runs counter to the strategy employed by the Senate, which this week began floor action on a comprehensive immigration reform package.