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plural noun

legal papers often required for employment, as by an immigrant worker or temporary employee.
legal papers enabling a minor in the United States to work under certain conditions.

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Origin of working papers

First recorded in 1925–30
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British Dictionary definitions for working papers

working papers

pl n

papers or notes showing the intermediate stages of a proposal, solution, etc, arrived at or being worked on
legal documents that certain people in some countries must possess to be allowed to work
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