"I don't want my money back," Alejandra says, closing her front door and locking it. The lock makes a metallic clank that echoes through this spare Dallas apartment adorned with framed prayers and family portraits. "I just want these people to... More >>>
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INS spokesman Lynn Ligon says stopping rogue notarios from preying on immigrants is a good idea, but the INS doesn't have the resources to do it.