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August 4, 1991 | PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Martin and Pedro de Jesus Martinez, illegal immigrants from Mexico's Oaxaca state, it seemed an ideal fix: Pay $300 each and obtain a document that they were told was akin to a U.S. residence card. And it seemed perfectly legitimate. "That was one of the best days of my life," Pedro de Jesus recalled of the day in April, 1989, when he and his brother received the paperwork from a Del Mar-based firm known as the American Law Assn. "I wouldn't have to be worried about being arrested any more."
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August 4, 1991 | PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Martin and Pedro de Jesus Martinez, illegal immigrants from Mexico's Oaxaca state, it seemed an ideal fix: Pay $300 each and obtain a document that they were told was akin to a U.S. residence card. And it seemed perfectly legitimate. "That was one of the best days of my life," Pedro de Jesus recalled of the day in April, 1989, when he and his brother received the paperwork from a Del Mar-based firm known as the American Law Assn. "I wouldn't have to be worried about being arrested any more."
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June 13, 1991 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A North County immigration consulting firm has been ordered to pay more than $441,000 to immigrant workers who were bilked in a massive immigration scam that promised them legal residency in this country. Susan M. Jeannette, who operated the American Law Assn. in Del Mar, and Leticia Ramirez, an immigration consultant who worked with Jeannette, were ordered Tuesday to make restitution. The payments were ordered by Superior Court Judge Charles Hayes, who ruled last week that American Law Assn.
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December 5, 1989 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Del Mar attorney and a notary public have defrauded hundreds of migrants by charging them up to $5,000 to process a post card-size immigration form and issuing them phony documents to stop deportation, an immigrant rights law group has alleged. Attorneys from the California Rural Legal Assistance office in Oceanside raised the allegations against attorney Edward Fitzgerald, notary public Susan M. Jeannette and other employees of the American Law Assn.
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August 4, 1991 | PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Martin and Pedro de Jesus Martinez, illegal immigrants from Mexico's Oaxaca state, it seemed an ideal fix: Pay $300 each and obtain a document that they were told was akin to a mica, a U.S. residence card. And, supposedly, it was legitimate. "That was one of the best days of my life," Pedro de Jesus said, recalling the date in April, 1989, when he and his brother received the paperwork from a Del Mar-based firm known as the American Law Assn.
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