When it comes to eligibility requirements for making claims and sharing privileges in the US securities and investment market, there are certain criteria that must be met. For applicants, eligibility is limited to US citizens, corporations, partnerships, or other associations created under US laws, or any foreign corporation that is at least 95% owned by these entities. Additionally, any 100% US-owned foreign entity is also eligible to apply.

Non-US citizens who have invested in the US market may also be eligible to make claims and share the same privileges as US citizens, as long as the other party involved in the claim is either a US citizen or an entity created under US laws.

In terms of beneficiary eligibility, this office only supports projects or actions that contribute to the economic and social development of the US securities and investment market. It does not support any actions, programs, or legislation that could result in the loss of US jobs or investor confidence in the US stock market.

When it comes to credentials and documentation, a non-US citizen investing in the US market must have made their investment through a US-based third-party financial fiduciary or one of its agents in order to be eligible to declare claims against bankruptcy or securities fraud.