Trump is planning to pull nearly 1.5 million Americans out of the country by December, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
The paper reports that the administration has been talking to several states about whether to let them stay in the country if they can’t find a replacement job.
The WSJ notes that Trump has not been able to find a new job that meets the standard of a security clearance, meaning he is not legally allowed to leave the country without a security clearance.
The administration has also been talking about bringing back a process to allow businesses to take back foreign workers, according the report.
Trump’s decision to keep hundreds of thousands of Americans in the US could have major implications for the country’s economy.
The economy has been hurting for years.
The US has lost $1.9 trillion since Trump took office in January.
The jobs report comes after Trump signed an executive order on Thursday to lift restrictions on visas for migrants from the Middle East.
The order would allow immigrants to enter the country temporarily, but also suspend some restrictions on travel for 120 days.
Trump has been a critic of the refugee program and the refugee resettlement program, which has caused protests in cities across the country.
The Washington Post reports that Trump’s administration has yet to comment on the WSJ report.