President Trump is reportedly interested in adding a "border" or "immigration czar” to his team to coordinate federal agencies on his immigration policies.

Trump is eyeing former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for the position, sources told the Associated Press. The "czar" would work with a series of government agencies such as the Homeland Security Department, the Defense Department, the Health and Human Services Department, and the Justice Department to make sure all agencies are in sync with one another to implement the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

Both Kobach and Cuccinelli are Republicans and Trump allies, and they have been vocal about securing the border. For example, Kobach started promoting a group this year called “We Build The Wall,” a nonprofit organization that developed from a GoFundMe effort to earn funds for a border wall.

It’s uncertain whether the position would be stationed within the White House or the Homeland Security Department. Senate confirmation would be necessary if it were created within DHS.