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It all cost 200 euros (170) plus a translator's fee. Applications are made at the level of the commune, the branch of local government that plays a big part in any Belgian resident's official life. Staff at the town hall in Ms Whiting's neighbourhood of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert were bemused but welcoming, she said. Article 50: What happens next? The neighbouring district of Ixelles is assessing 50 applications from Brits and there have been another 300 requests for information. Local councillor, Delphine Bourgeois, said interest has come in two distinct waves: immediately after the referendum, and the days before and after the delivery of Theresa May's letter that triggered the official start of the Brexit process. Eleven cases are being processed in the suburb of Forest and 48 people have applied to the commune that covers the Brussels city centre. This suggests there is a steady stream of British people adopting Belgian nationality, but not a stampede. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Just over a thousand UK citizens currently work for the EU Commission Questions and rumours abound in the expat community, from which commune has the most relaxed attitude concerning paperwork to whether the police inspect bedrooms to check that couples are definitely married. To help expats navigate the system, the British Brussels Community Association is planning a series of workshops. But becoming Belgian is not an option for some of the UK nationals employed in the EU institutions, such as the bloc's executive arm, the European Commission.
The visa program, EB-5, grants foreign investors green cards if they commit at least half a million dollars to a government-approved job-creating program. According to federal court filings cited by the AP, the California Investment Immigration Fund sought green cards for more than 100 Chinese investors on the promise of construction projects, but none of those projects were ever built. The investment fund allegedly refunded some of the $50 million raised to the original investors, while about $15 million of the cash was used to buy personal homes for the two men running the fund and one of their daughters, according to the Los Angeles Times . In other cases, the fund fronted the money for people who were not actually legitimate investors at all. To top it off, three investors who obtained green cards were fugitives wanted by the Chinese government. Around 30 of the investors received either a portion or all of their money back and didn't report the refund to the government, according to the Times, but investigators have yet to sort out which of the other investors were complicit and which were victims of the scheme. Unpacking the full extent of the fraud may take some more time. The investigation found at least 72 bank accounts links to the investment fund or its holding companies, with most of the $50 million deposited in it between 2009 and 2016 originating in Hong Kong or mainland China. Although investigators have been building a case against the fund for at least four years, no charges were filed Wednesday and no arrests are immediately expected, according to the AP.
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