There are talks between commonwealths and democrats that are aimed at tackling the US shutdown of other US government
The negotiators expected to deal with Monday so that Congress time would run legislation under Friday, when dealing with funding federal of last month.
President of the triangle Donald Trump demands on that bill to put money on the United States-Mexico border wall.
The previous shutdown, for 35 days, was the longest in the history of the United States.
Hundreds of thousands of workers were in danger or worked unpaid. The cost for the US economy is estimated to be $ 1
What is the latest disaster?
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Democrats (ICE) wish to focus on keeping migrants with criminal records rather than those who overlook their visas by limiting the number of beds with their detention centers.
Democrats expected the number of beds to be spent at 16,500. That is about the number of people detained in the final years of White House Obama, the Washington Post says.
The 17 negotiations from the Seanad and the House were between $ 1.3 bn and $ 2 billion in funding for the border wall proposed by Mr. Trump, far from the $ 5.7 billion the president was required, reports say.
Senator Mr Richard Shelby's negotiator said Sunday that he was not "confident we are going to get there".
"I said 50-50 that we will get a talk," he said to Fox News, adding: "There are always extinguishing rooms".
But one of the democratic negotiators, Jon Tester, said it was optimistic to deal with time to avoid new deterioration.
"It's a negotiation. Negotiations often go on the way," he said to Fox News on Sundays.
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Why is there a risk of removal?
On January 25, President Trump agreed third-week spending to eliminate the shutdown and allow the Conference to reach agreement.
He later suggested that there was "time talk" there.
Mr Trump made an outline of immigrants to stop a sign of the 2016 campaign focus – with priority in office.
Immigrants who were illegally resident in the United States had been harmed by the administration by doing inappropriate behavior.
The president has supported his calls to pay Mexico for a concrete wall along the border. But during his Union State speech on Tuesday he insisted on "steel, strategic, steel-barriers".
What could happen in a shutdown?
Federal agencies including the Security of Countries, State, Agriculture and Commercial Departments could lose access to money and start closing, affecting around 800,000 federal employees, who would not have pay.
During shutdown, essential services – including border protection, hospital care, air traffic control, law enforcement and grid maintenance power – continue to operate, and workers are required to show up.
Last time, some employees continued to work outstanding but many others were called sick