No, but I think it’s won’t be something that I’m unaware of.
I’m quite aware about how it’s working in Spain and other EU countries.
And if we speak about USA, well, I think everyone knows how even their politicians pretending to be relative with native americans, to get free top-education. And in last few years there were scandals that universities use such strategies very actively.
Quite funny that such “backdoors” are mostly used by billionaires and millionaires, like if they don’t have a 250k dollars to pay for bachelor, instead of giving 100k bribe.
And if to speak about EU in general, yours bureaucracy it’s like 9 rings of hell. I think I can write a book about it, but most annoying in compare to my homeland, you need to do nearly everything in person, and even few things which’re on the internet, do require you to fill all manually and to wait in a query, like it’s a quick time event.
In Russia, at least, everything is very well automated, nearly everything can be done remotely at home.
And not directly related to the government structures, it’s happened to me, and my spaniard friends all the time. Banks in Spain don’t want your money, you need to force yours manager to do his job. And just making him stop trying to run away, could take a damn hour.
In Russia… I can do everything on the web page or mobile app, even order to home delivery of the credit card.