The X-men: Apocalypse sequel is expected to include a $15 million social welfare payment.
The social worker salary in the movie, however, is estimated at $14 million.
The Social Security Administration says that the payment would be made to a social worker at a minimum wage.
According to the agency, the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour.
The social worker is required to spend at least 10 hours a week working on a case, but the movie doesn’t specify how much time a case worker would spend on a project.
According the Social Security Act, a case is a “special purpose entity” or a “group of individuals” that performs a specific purpose, like supervising a family.
The agency estimates that the social worker would have to spend a minimum of two years supervising cases, and could not be doing more than two cases a year.
However, according to the social welfare act, the Social Service Corporation of the United States would have the authority to waive the minimum payment.
This would mean that the Social Services Administration would be able to waive some of the social workers minimum salary requirements.
The agency says that since the movie will not have any special purpose entity or group of individuals involved, the maximum social worker wage could not exceed $14,000 per year.
It’s not clear whether the payment will be made on the first day of production or on the movie’s release date.
The movie will be released on July 15.