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He is known for spending his money on expensive cars and boats.

On one occasion he spent

He is known for spending his money on expensive cars and boats.On one occasion he spent $1 million chartering a 240-foot luxury yacht which he moored in Monte Carlo harbour during the 2000 Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, and threw lavish parties for guests including Prince Rainier of Monaco.

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He is known for spending his money on expensive cars and boats.

On one occasion he spent $1 million chartering a 240-foot luxury yacht which he moored in Monte Carlo harbour during the 2000 Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, and threw lavish parties for guests including Prince Rainier of Monaco.

Immigration New Zealand made its decision on his application (despite his foreign convictions and despite his persona non grata status in Thailand) after officials used a special direction to waive "good character" requirements.

Warwick Tuck, head of Immigration New Zealand, said that New Zealand granted Dotcom residency under the "investor plus" category, which allows people to gain residency if they invest $10 million in New Zealand.

million chartering a 240-foot luxury yacht which he moored in Monte Carlo harbour during the 2000 Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, and threw lavish parties for guests including Prince Rainier of Monaco.

Immigration New Zealand made its decision on his application (despite his foreign convictions and despite his persona non grata status in Thailand) after officials used a special direction to waive "good character" requirements.

Warwick Tuck, head of Immigration New Zealand, said that New Zealand granted Dotcom residency under the "investor plus" category, which allows people to gain residency if they invest million in New Zealand.

He pleaded guilty to a charge of dangerous driving, and on 14 September 2009, was convicted under his former name of Kim Schmitz.

Dotcom also told Immigration New Zealand his convictions had been "erased" from his record under Germany's clean-slate legislation.

Despite granting him residency, Immigration New Zealand expressed concern that their decision might attract criticism that they had allowed Dotcom to buy his way into the country, and officials tried to keep it secret.

As a teenager, Schmitz acquired a reputation in his native Germany after having claimed to have bypassed the security of NASA, the Pentagon and Citibank under the name of Kimble – based on the character of Dr Richard Kimble in the long-running television programme The Fugitive.

In 1994, he was arrested by German police for trafficking in stolen phone calling card numbers.

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