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As of Monday, about 5.4 million people had been issued work permits by the Obama administration, but the number is expected to be higher in the weeks ahead.
They were issued on a temporary basis during the final months of President Donald Trump’s presidency, and some have since been allowed to stay, pending further work authorization proceedings.
The number is projected to reach 6.3 million people by the end of 2019, and to increase to 6.7 million by 2027, according to a government analysis.
The most common reasons for the permits are for seasonal work, seasonal education and for work in remote areas.
Some have been given temporary status because they can’t prove they can work without a work permit.
Others, like the young, who are unable to prove their eligibility, have been denied a work visa.
The work permit process is complex and difficult.
In order to obtain a work document, applicants must submit three documents, including a form that includes a letter from a licensed professional or an employer confirming that the applicant has met the qualifications for a position.
Those documents are usually signed by an employer and sent to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency that approves work permits.
But if the USCIS does not receive the required letter from the employer, it is up to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to issue a work authorization.
Under the Trump administration, the process for issuing work permits was streamlined, and many of the people who needed to apply for the work permits were also able to do so without a problem.
In September, Trump signed an executive order that directed the DHS to speed up the issuance of work permits and required applicants to have a “good reason” for needing the work permit, which was a key goal for the Trump campaign.
“The president’s executive order has been very effective at ensuring that there are no delays in the issuance and the processing of the work authorization documents,” a DHS spokesperson told Al Jazeera.
“At the same time, it has not been without its challenges.
The administration has not always followed through with its policy goals.”
For instance, in April, DHS sent out a letter to employers who needed a work-permit to clarify that they were not required to follow all of the criteria for work-permits that had been set out by the Trump government.
“We are working closely with the White House to implement these changes,” a spokesperson said in a statement.
“But, as of the date of this letter, only about half of the more than 500,000 employers that have requested a work work permit from the United State Citizenship and Immigrant Services (CIS) have responded to our request.”
Since then, more than 300,000 companies have received a request for a work application.
“Since DHS issued the initial guidance to employers in April 2017, DHS has been working with employers on a number of reforms to ensure that employers receive the most expeditious approvals,” the spokesperson said.
“As part of these efforts, DHS also established a working group to examine whether certain additional procedures should be added to the approval process for work permits, and the group is currently evaluating the impact of these changes on employers.”
The working group was set up after an incident in September 2016, when a DACA holder who had been granted a work permits had to prove to a DHS official that he could work in the US without a valid work permit for an extended period of time.
The Department of Labor (DOL) has also been working on a more streamlined and streamlined process for obtaining a work certificate, which is the basis for a US work permit in the first place.
The Trump administration had initially said that a certificate would be issued by the Department in 90 days, but a spokesman for DHS said in December that it would take two years to complete the certification process.
The DHS spokesperson did not specify the timeframe.
According to the DHS working group, there were a total of 1,716,829 work certificates issued from March to September this year, with more than 100,000 applications.
About 6,000 work permits have been issued since March, and about 400,000 were issued in the same period last year.
However, it’s unclear how many of those work permits will be approved, and whether or not the remaining work permits could be approved in time for the 2020 deadline.
Many of the new work permits are in the hands of immigrants from countries that are not currently covered by the US immigration system.
According for the DHS website, some of these countries have had difficulty getting the visa requirements for workers and temporary workers under the Trump-era policies.
“In addition, several of these temporary visa holders were previously granted work permits that have not been updated with a work certification,” the DHS spokesperson said, “which have created delays for employers and applicants seeking work permits in these countries.”
The Trump government has said that it will work with Congress to pass a temporary work-visa law to provide