Why the Home Office is complicating investor visas
The requirements now imposed on lawyers, accountants, estate agents and nearly everybody with whom you might want to do business these days, call for a client to provide the Tolstoyesque historical tome of the origins of his wealth, how it was generated, intricate and complex structure charts resembling those Magic Eye puzzles from the 90s which make you go a bit dizzy if you stare at them long enough and even the name of a six-month-old baby beneficiary of, heaven forbid, an offshore trust, writes Jessica Zimmerman.
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