This lesson argues against U-visas, arguing that they U’s depend on the immigrant claiming to be a crime victim, they open the door to all kinds of fraud and false accusations, since it’s easy for anyone to claim they are the victim of an imaginary crime, and a big incentive for any illegal immigrant to do so if it magically converts him to legal status.
The Affirmative’s theory is that CPFA slows down and increases the price of aid, creating harm to hungry people in poor countries. Here are the negative strategies against the theory.
This download provides Negative evidence to aid them with the argument that the most cost-effective way to help the most refugees is to pay to maintain them in the region where they came from, not bring them all the way around the world one by one to the United States. That would also be a lot better for the U.S., since increased refugees means increased risk of terrorism.
Critics of the PSLF program exaggerate the costs, underestimate its positive impacts, and do not consider the disadvantages that would come if the program was abolished.
AFF argues that colleges with big endowments are hoarding the money and not helping poor students with tuition. This brief argues that both of these policy changes are unnecessary and harmful.