On Friday, the attorney representing Savage, Charles Kuck, released a statement to the Associated Press claiming that his client has officially become a permanent resident of the United States and is permitted to travel outside the country now.
Kuck’s statement was made public in response to a request from the media to comment on Savage’s status.
In 2019, he was detained by authorities from the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department in the state of Georgia, and it was during this time that he was able to overcome a significant obstacle that had been standing in the way of his travel plans. This obstacle had been a critical hurdle.
According to Kuck, the Grammy winner has complied with “all applicable immigration laws since his initial detention by ICE.” This information comes from Kuck. It was Kuck who provided this information.
“His immigration court proceedings have now been terminated, and he is a lawful permanent resident of the United States with the freedom to travel internationally,” by Kuck. “His case has now been completely resolved.”
She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, also known as Savage, is thirty years old and was just released from a penitentiary facility in southern Georgia after spending ten days there. Savage is also known as She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph.
She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph is another name for Savage. Savage goes by both names. She’yaa is the origin of Savage’s name; he was named after her.
Because his visa had expired in 2006, rendering him unable to travel, he was hauled into jail as part of an operation designed to target him.
According to the statement made by the rapper, who hails from Atlanta, he came to the United States with his mother when he was only seven years old, and at the time, he was unaware of what a visa was.
In an interview with the media in 2019, he voiced his stance that illegal immigrants who, like himself, lived in the United States unlawfully as children deserved to be awarded citizenship in the United States without delay.
He was one of the individuals who had been in the United States unlawfully as a kid. He was one of the people that were being interviewed.
According to Savage, many illegal immigrants believe that applying for a visa is nerve-wracking since it “hangs over your head forever.”
Savage announced his intention to return to London through various social media platforms but did not provide any other details on the transfer.