House Republican leaders on Sunday showed no signs that their party would accept the Senate's bill to overhaul the nation's immigration laws, instead suggesting that they want to address the issues one by one.

"We are not going to take up the Senate bill in the House, because we don't support the Senate bill," Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said on CBS's "Face the Nation". "What we're going to do is take a step-by-step approach to get immigration right -- not a big, massive bill, but separate bills so people know what's in these bills."