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Doing business as American Citizenship Services, a retired Immigration and Naturalization Services officer charged people up to $4,800 to do legal work though he is not an attorney nor is he authorized to do such work, the United States claims in a federal complaint.

SAN ANTONIO — Doing business as American Citizenship Services, a retired Immigration and Naturalization Services officer charged people up to $4,800 to do legal work though he is not an attorney nor is he authorized to do such work, the United States claims in a federal complaint.

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