Senate Bill 744, otherwise known as the Gang of Eight’s Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill was passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee and has begun debate on the Senate floor. While debating the bill on the Senate floor, it is my hope that a special emphasis on the visa numbers is analyzed and discussed. It is my opinion that the current Immigration system has been severely damaged due to the insufficient Immigrant Visa Numbers and the lack of available non-immigrant and immigration visa options. Big picture the structure of the Senate Bill is fair and does address the current problem. But as we all know the devil is in the details and the details that caused the current immigration problem should be analyzed, solutions proposed and debated. In other words, does Senate Bill 744 address the causes of the current immigration problem? More specifically, are there adequate visa numbers available to eliminate the backlog and allow the current undocumented persons in the US a realistic path to citizenship? Does the comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill address the immigration needs of persons currently outside the US so that the lack of viable visa options does not encourage illegal crossing? So much time is focused on ensuring a secure border, which is obvious. However, there really would not be that much demand to cross the border illegally if there are fair and available visa options. Its not like the people that crossed the border illegally are looking to break the law and not do things the legal way. The overwhelming majority of people that crossed the border illegally had no other choice, since our immigration system left them with no options (i.e. family immigration backlogs with wait times of 20 years +, lack of skilled and unskilled worker visas, ambiguous investment visa rules, and the list can go on and on). This article will address the Registered Provisional Status category, and whether the proposed visa numbers will effect the adjustment of status option from Registered Provisional Status to Permanent Resident.