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Summary: This NEG argues that the AFF plan to bring back MAVNI is unnecessary. We aren’t deporting any veterans, and Congress is already taking steps to address the lack of soldiers in the army. Bringing MAVNI back also discriminates against both American citizens and legal immigrants; it’s just a fast-track to citizenship, bypassing the normal vetting procedures. Of course, the main justification for ending the program was to prevent infiltration. Terrorists would like to gain the skills we teach in the military, so they have an incentive to get in. The other issue with MAVNI is that it was used incorrectly. The skilled people we let into the military weren’t always serving in skilled areas.
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After having a lukewarm novice year as a sophomore, Jonathan gained an affinity for debate and research. He qualified to NITOC in both his junior and senior years in TP and Parli and won several tournaments in TP. Currently, he is a sophomore at Freed-Hardeman University studying study Law and Politics. He works as a researcher for the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and also with the John E. Talbott & Associates law firm in Henderson, TN. Jonathan believes that there is no sufficient substitute for well-researched knowledge.