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Summary: Military Accessions Vital to National Interest (MAVNI) was a program designed to incentivize foreigners with useful military skills – translation or medical knowledge – to join the U.S. military. In exchange, after honorable service, they would receive citizenship. Recent events have indefinitely suspended MAVNI. People who were in the system when it was canceled are facing deportation. This plan restores MAVNI. Immigrants are well educated, motivated and highly qualified recruits who fill key spots and solve manpower shortages in the military. Without them our national security is at risk. And the motive for blocking them is simply racism.
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