Invest $500,000 in the Kushner Family, ‘Immigrate to the United States’
For a fee of $500,000 made out to the Kushner family, wealthy Chinese could secure a top spot in America.
That’s what White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s sister told a Beijing ballroom filled with more than 100 wealthy Chinese investors on Saturday, The Washington Post and The New York Times reported.
Kushner’s sister, Nicole Meyer, spoke at the event hosted by Chinese company Qiaowai, which helps connect U.S. companies with Chinese investors. The company is also an immigration agency that helps Chinese families move abroad, according to The New York Times.
For hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in the Kushner family’s New Jersey real estate project, wealthy Chinese families would be able to apply to immigrate to America even as President Donald Trump feverishly cracks down on immigration, thanks to the controversial EB-5 immigrant investor visa program. The New York Times points out that the program is sometimes referred to as “U.S. citizenship for sale,” and has been wracked with fraud and abuse cases.