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U.S GIVES LUCIANO GREEN LIGHT

Posted: January 31, 2012
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Luciano is now free to fly to the United States. 

Luci’s manager, Anthony Cargill tells Music News that the Jah Messenger singer has been reissued his visa and will now be able to travel and work in the United States. 

The veteran entertainer had his US visa revoked after he was charged with harbouring a criminal. The charge was later dismissed after it was cited that there was insufficient evidence.  

Luciano is today travelling to Costa Rica for an event.

 

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