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For Immigrants, Help Can Be Risky
Mariana C. Cordier, president of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association, has heard an increasing number of complaints over the past year from people who say their immigration applications were botched by consultants.

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Dr. Gridlock
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Rush-Hour Scene Doesn't Make Sense
Dear Dr. Gridlock:
During a Monday morning rush hour on the Dulles Toll Road, I found myself behind a driver who handed over a credit card at the tollbooth. There was little discussion between the attendant and the driver.

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