But Kushner's troubles were compounded at least in part because his initial security clearance application didn't list dozens of foreign contacts that he later included in updated submissions to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
"Since then, he has continued this complete cooperation, providing a large number of documents and sitting for hours of interviews with congressional committees and providing numerous documents and sitting for two interviews with the office of special counsel", Lowell said.
Kushner, who maintains a wide-ranging White House portfolio that includes leading the administration's Middle East policy, lost his clearance under a new set of White House procedures implemented after a top White House aide, Rob Porter, was permitted to remain in his position for months after the Federal Bureau of Investigation uncovered allegations of spousal abuse against him.
Kushner failed to disclose those meetings on his initial applications for security clearance, raising concerns about attempts to hide them. The interview did not deal with Kushner's finances or his companies, he said. "Having completed all of these processes, he is looking to continue to do the work the President has asked him to do".
"In each occasion, he answered all questions asked and did whatever he could to expedite the conclusion of all the (investigations)", Lowell said.
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Kushner, who is also the president's son-in-law, had previously been working off of an interim security clearance until late February, when Kelly set a deadline for halting access to top-secret information for anyone whose applications had been pending since June 1 or earlier. But now it appears that the investigators haven't found anything which would have deemed Kushner a security threat.
It was not immediately clear whether Kushner had access to some classified material in the months since his clearance was downgraded.
Some had expected Kushner might not receive a permanent clearance for the duration of Mueller's investigation. He submitted another addendum in mid-May 2017 detailing more than 100 calls or meetings with representatives of more than 20 countries.
He was with Trump in New Jersey the weekend before former FBI Director James Comey was sacked, and he was among the attendees at a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer at which the president's oldest son was promised negative information about Hillary Clinton.
The resolution of his clearances does not guarantee that Mr. Kushner faces no legal jeopardy. Carol Leonnig is an investigative reporter at The Washington Post, where she has worked since 2000.