Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday that — like many Republicans — he’s waiting to see how the Senate immigration bill is changed to address border security.

“A real solution must ensure that our borders are secure. I’m in favor of immigration reform, but the bill’s just not there yet in the Senate,” Paul said at a forum Wednesday organized by the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles and the National Hispanic Christian Leadership.

“I’m sort of in between, I think, of where the Senate and the House is,” the Kentucky Republican said. “But not yet ready to vote for the Senate bill unless they’re willing to listen to people who have been saying let’s make the border secure.”