Staff told to gather on Oct 30 to hear final decision on their future.
The ban was aimed at quelling nearly 4 months of unrest but instead sparked widespread clashes.
LNG supply is not impacted as the shortfall is being made up by other fields in offshore Sarawak.
The decision came after Pakistan said it had shot down two Indian Air Force planes in its airspace Wednesday.
By declaring an emergency, Trump opens a new confrontation and creates some of the riskiest legal peril of his term.
The deal worked out in Congress this week will provide less than US$1.4 billion for wall construction.
Trump has threatened to declare a 'national emergency' if Congress does not give him wall money.
Negotiations broke down during the weekend over funding for immigrant detention beds and physical barriers that would be funded along the US-Mexico border.
The longest shutdown in US history ended on Friday when President Donald Trump and Congress agreed to temporary government funding.
It will take agencies days to dig out from weeks of unread emails and deal with other logistical issues like expired email passwords or ID badges.
Trump's decision came as opinion polls showed his job approval rating falling to some of the lowest levels of his tenure.
Trump agreed to a deal hastily negotiated by lawmakers after the 35-day shutdown began to seriously impact air travel.
CEO of JPMorgan Chase said that the current situation in regards to funding the wall on the border with Mexico is hurting US economic growth.
Illegal immigrants in the US are protected from deportation under a programme put in place under former president Barack Obama.
National Economic Council director says recent news reports of a US-China deal being imminent are inaccurate.
Americans have less confidence in the economy's strength in 2019, while 800,000 government workers are furloughed or work without pay.
The mess in Washington is verging on the surreal.
The partial shutdown is the longest in US history and its effects have begun to reverberate across the country.
The length of this shutdown makes it harder to say just how bad the impact could get.
The president has issued a series of tweets in an effort to defend his stance and goad Democrats to return to Washington and end what he called "the massive humanitarian crisis at our Southern Border."
At issue is a lack of agents from the US Transportation Security Administration, who are seen "essential" federal workers and hence are still on the job but without pay until the shutdown ends.
Mulvaney said Trump was considering accepting funding to build a steel fence, despite his campaign promise that the wall be built of concrete.
The vice president describes the meeting, at his ceremonial office across the street from the White House, as a “productive discussion.”
Describing the situation as a "national emergency," the president says he is also looking into ways to build the wall without congressional approval.
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