Savage's lawyers confirm he was born in the UK

Savage's lawyers confirm he was born in the UK

Jay-Z has stepped in to assist with 21 Savage's battle to be released from the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Brian Steel, 21's lawyer, clarified that neither the gun or the vehicle he was driving in belonged to the "A Lot" rapper. It was also revealed that Bin-Abraham-Joseph was born in Newham, London instead of the British island of Dominica as it was previously reported.

21 Savage was arrested over the weekend after it emerged that he was living in the United States without a valid visa.

In a statement released by his RocNation label, Jay-Z called 21 Savage's arrest and detention a travesty and demanded his immediate release.

In a letter to ICE, Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Georgia, described the rapper as a "remarkable young man ..." It added that future actions will be determined by the outcome of the case before a federal immigration judge.

Abraham-Joseph is an "unlawfully present United Kingdom national" who came to the USA in July 2005 on a visa that expired a year later, Cox said.

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21's legal status expired in 2006 through "no fault of his own", the attorney said.

"As a minor, his family overstayed their work visas, and he, like nearly two million other children, was left without legal status through no faults of their own", Abraham-Joseph's lawyer said in a statement. He also made mention of his pending U Visa application.

Kuck also said that ICE was refusing to release his client on bond based on "incorrect information about prior criminal charges".

The application was filed in 2017, four years after he was reportedly shot six times during an incident in which his friend died.

Abraham-Joseph arrived from the 2005 with his mom but they never left like they were supposed to after their visas expired the following year.

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