Jared Kushner’s sister on Saturday urged Chinese investors in Beijing to pump money into her family’s business in order to receive a visa to the United States.
The Washington Post reported the woman giving the presentation is believed to be Nicole Kushner, but her face wasn’t clear from where reporters were seated in the back of the ballroom where the presentation was given. She was identified as “Jared’s sister,” according to the report.
The presentation included hours of slideshows and presentations from representatives of the Kushners’ family business. Among the pitches was that investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a Kushner project could lead to receiving an EB-5 immigrant investor visa, known in China as the “golden visa.”
The “golden visa” is popular among wealthy Chinese families who want to move their money and family out of the country, according to the Post.
The tagline for the event was “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States,” according to the report. Chinese investors are major funders of a Kushner real estate project in New Jersey, along with other Kushner projects in and around New York City.
The event touted the family’s celebrity, but did not make any direct mention of President Trump.
Journalists were eventually kicked out of the room where the presentation was being given, including one whose phone and backpack were grabbed by organizers in an effort to force that reporter to leave. Organizers also blocked people attending the meeting from talking to reporters.