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AT: T-Can’t Lift Cap





  1. Counterinterp-A substantial increase is more than doubling the cap. Only our evidence is contextual


Rosenblum 6

Migration Policy Institute, Marc, an International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a Visiting Scholar at the Migration Policy Institute. Dr. Rosenblum is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of New Orleans, where he teaches courses on US-Latin American relations, Latin American and Comparative Politics,The Politics of Economic Development, and Political Methodology.

(““Comprehensive” Legislation vs. Fundamental Reform: The Limits of Current Immigration Proposals, January 2006, http://www.migrationpolicy.org/pubs/PolicyBrief13_Jan06_13.pdf)

1. Proposed Changes to the Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Visa System Many comprehensive reform proponents believe that the legitimate demand for visas outstrips the supply, or that a higher level of visa issuance would support the goals of family reunification and economic growth without damaging the US economy or society. Several proposals would therefore seek to expand the supply of LPR visas by raising the overall level of LPR visa issuance, changing how LPR visas are allocated, and easing public charge restrictions against low-income immigrants. Increase lawful permanent resident admissions Three proposals would substantially increase numerical limits on LPR visa issuance: • The Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act (S. 1033/H.R. 2330, introduced by Senators John McCain and Edward Kennedy and by Representatives Jim Kolbe, Jeff Flake, and Luis Gutierrez) would more than double both family and employmentbased limits; • Senator Arlen Specter’s November 9 Chairman’s Mark incorporates the McCainKennedy formula for changes to LPR numerical limits; and • The Save America Comprehensive Immigration Act of 2005 (H.R. 2092, introduced by Sheila Jackson Lee) would increase family-based LPR migration by a factor of almost four, to 960,000 annual admissions.






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3. Lifting the cap key to econ


Cromwell 9

(Courtney L.JD candidate at Brooklyn Law School, The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial, and Commercial Law, 3(2) p. 457-458) JJN

Meanwhile, supporters of the H-1B program and a cap increase argue that the program enables the United States to remain competitive in the global economy, and prevents the off-shoring of U.S. jobs to other countries. These advocates argue three main points on the state of the labor market. First, that there is truly a shortage of highly skilled workers as evidenced by the annual demand for H-1B visas. Second, that there is no fixed number of jobs available in the U.S. labor market, and both compensation and the availability of jobs are based on other factors within the labor market, thus making the shortage debate moot. Finally, that preventing foreigners, especially foreign students enrolled in colleges and universities in the United States, from entering the U.S. workforce, is “detrimental to our economic success in the future because we will lose valuable intellectual capital.”


B) Nuke war


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(Walter Russell, Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations), "Depending on the Kindness of Strangers," New Perspectives Quarterly 9.3 (Summer 1992) pp. 28-30. AD: 7-7-09 CS

There is, or there should be, nothing surprising about the fix we are in. Everyone has known since the ‘70s that the U.S. could no longer, single-handedly, manage the global economy. But, like Blanche Dubois, America’s leaders preferred to ignore the unpleasant reality, and made no provisions to meet the coming challenge. There is something breathtakingly casual in the way the American elite responds to its failures. The savings and loan debacle, the disintegration of our inner cities, the budget deficit: Our public and private elites don’t care about them. Perhaps because they grew up in the years when the U.S. faced no real economic challenges and knew no real limits, they don’t understand that failure has a price. If so this new failure—the failure to develop an international system to hedge against the possibility of worldwide depression—will open their eyes to their folly. Hundreds of millions—billions—of people around the world have pinned their hopes on the international market economy. They and their leaders have embraced market principles—and drawn closer to the West—because they believe our system can work for them. But what if it can’t? What if the global economy stagnates—or even shrinks? In that case we will face a new period of international conflict: South against North, rich against poor. Russia, China, India—these countries with their billions of people and their nuclear weapons will pose a much greater danger to the world order than Germany and Japan did in the ‘30s.

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