Kushner Companies Nix China Pitch After Visa Controversy by the Forward

Kushner Companies Nix China Pitch After Visa Controversy

Kushner Companies is canceling two upcoming presentations to Chinese investors after the real estate business ran into suspicions of corruption last week, when Nicole Kushner Meyer appeared to hawk American visas at a business pitch while promoting her brother Jared Kushner’s ties to the White House.

The real estate company has been trying to raise capital in China to build a new luxury apartment complex in Jersey City, and Meyer tried to sweeten the pitch by highlighting that investing more than $500,000 in America allows individuals to receive favorable immigration status through the EB-5 visa program.

During her presentation, she flashed pictures of her brother Jared - President Trump’s son-in-law - with his father-in-law. Her company also excluded reporters from the meeting, raising concerns about self-dealing.

The canceled meetings were slated to be held in Shenzhen and Gangzhou.

Contact Daniel J. Solomon at solomon@forward.com or on Twitter @DanielJSolomon


Daniel J. Solomon

Daniel J. Solomon is the former Assistant to the Editor/News Writer at the Forward. Originally from Queens, he attended Harvard as an undergraduate, where he wrote his senior thesis on French-Jewish intellectual history. He is excited to have returned to New York after his time in Massachusetts. Daniel’s passions include folk music, cycling, and pointed argument.

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