21 Savage Now Cleared Legally to Travel Abroad

21 Savage Now Cleared Legally to Travel Abroad

In a significant development, rapper 21 Savage has been granted permanent U.S. residency, allowing him to travel abroad without any legal constraints. His lawyer, Charles Kuck, confirmed this news in a statement on Friday (October 6), stating that 21 Savage is now officially a lawful permanent resident of the United States and can freely venture overseas.

This achievement comes after a challenging period for the Grammy-nominated artist when he was taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Georgia back in 2019. During this time, he spent ten days in a detention center before eventually securing his release.

The initial detention by ICE was related to issues with his visa, which had expired in 2006. 21 Savage, whose real name is She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, arrived in the U.S. when he was just 7 years old and was unaware of the complexities of the visa system. In a 2019 interview with the AP, he expressed his belief that immigrants like him, who had lived in America illegally as children, should automatically become U.S. citizens.

He argued that the visa application process can be daunting and discouraging for many undocumented immigrants as it looms over them indefinitely.

To celebrate this significant milestone, 21 Savage took to Instagram to announce his return to his native London with a video titled “London I’m Coming Home.” The video features cherished memories from his childhood and serves as a teaser for his upcoming performance in the U.K.


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This marks an exciting chapter in 21 Savage’s career, as he prepares to perform for the first time in London. More details about his upcoming performance will be revealed in the near future, as mentioned in a press release from the rapper.

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