He has applied for a U visa, designed for victims of crime who have suffered "substantial abuse" in the United States, after his lawyers said he survived a shooting in 2013.
"We are not going to stop until he is released, bonded out or in front of a judge".
Knuck called 21 Savage's arrest and detention a "civil law violation" that "serves no other objective than to unnecessarily punish him and try to intimidate him into giving up his right to fight to remain in the United States".
But there is an interesting development in the case being learned today that TMZ is reporting.
Abraham-Joseph, 26, has been placed into removal proceedings before the federal immigration courts, the statement added.
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As 21 Savage sits an ICE detention center fighting for his freedom, TMZ has uncovered more details of the circumstances that led to his arrest.
Savage, whose real name is Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested by ICE agents on Super Bowl Sunday in Atlanta after it was reported that the "Bank Account" rapper had overstayed his Visa.
'In addition to being a successful recording artist, 21 deserves to be reunited with his children immediately, ' Jay-Z said. "News" that he was helping in the case after being hired by Jay and Roc Nation.
It continues, "Mr. Abraham-Joseph, like nearly two million of his immigrant child peers, was left without immigration status as a young child with no way to fix his immigration status". This is a civil law violation, and the continued detention of Mr. Abraham-Joseph serves no other goal than to unnecessarily punish him and try to intimidate him into giving up his right to fight to remain in the United States. On Twitter, Kuck said among other things, Abraham-Joseph has no criminal convictions or charges. "These "Dreamers" come from all walks of life and every ethnicity". The visa is available to those who have been the victims of a crime in the United States, have suffered physical or mental injury as a result of a crime and who are "helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity", according to ICE.