Jared Kushner is expected to meet with Senate Intelligence Committee staff mid-June, two people familiar with the matter told NBC News.
Kushner's meeting would be the first step in an agreement he made with the committee. He's expected to provide documents and ultimately take questions from the committee's senators.
Kushner, the president's son-in-law and one of his senior advisors, has said he would voluntarily appear before the Senate panel as part of its Russia investigation.
Late May, officials told NBC that FBI investigators believe that Kushner has significant information relevant to their inquiry. That did not mean, however, that Kushner is suspected of committing a crime or that the investigators intend to charge him.
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— Reporting by NBC News' Kasie Hunt.
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