Does this form exist: Clean Bill of funds Certificate?
Back ground: We shall receive money by a company having (thats what they say) account in Standart Chartered Bank London.
Because of the amount (51 M US) we were told this:
The Standard Chartered Bank is insisting that the beneficiary must present a Clean Bill of funds Certificate confirming that the funds were legitimately acquired for investment in Germany otherwise the National Crime Agency will put a stop on the transfer. The volume of your investment funds are large and must attract the attention of the National Crime Agency so adequate measures must be taken to ensure that there is no interference by any agency during the transfer of the funds to your designated account.
Therefore this question!
My company has offered me an expat position in Austria. Two years ago I received a DWAI in Colorado. DWAI in CO is for a BAC between .05-.08 (below the legal limit of 0.08 for a DUI). Regardless it still shows on my record as a misdemeanor. My question is will this impact my ability to obtain an Austrian work and residence permit?
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