DUE TO MY PUBLIC PROFILE IN RUSSIA AND PARTICULAR POSITION MY CASE WAS EVEN SUGGESTED TO BE THE COUNTRY GUIDANCE CASE ON POLITICAL ASYLUM FROM RUSSIA IN UK.
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THATS WHY WE WERE GRANTED POLITICAL ASYLUM AS THERE WAS DANGER TO OUR LIVES IF WE WERE RETURNED TO RUSSIA. I did it alone as a single mother through struggle and hard times without any man by my side.
ITS NOT THAT EASY THAT PEOPLE JUST COME INTO A COUNTRY AND GET ALL THE RIGHTS A CITIZEN HAS. The only family member that was by Nicole and I side through all this was my MOTHER. ALWAYS CONTRIBUTING TO THE UK ECONOMY, DETENTION WAS UNLAWFUL AND BECAUSE OF THE MISTAKE THE HOME OFFICE OF THE UK MADE. The only family member that was by our side through all this was my MOTHER.
AFTER I WROTE TO THE QUEEN AND IT WENT TO HIGH COURT, I WON MY CASE EVENTUALLY AND GOT RELEASED. The road to Victory was hard and lonely with no man by my side.
RUSSIA IS RECOGNISED INTERNATIONALLY AS A DANGEROUS PLACE FOR PEOPLE OF COLOUR.
IT WAS NOT A GENERAL CASE IT WAS A SPECIFIC CASE AND A REAL SITUATION ESPECIALLY DUE TO MY PUBLIC PROFILE AS A MUSICIAN AND ACTIVIST, THATS WHY WE WON.
I WAS ALSO FIGHTING AGAINST RACISM IN RUSSIA THROUH MY MUSIC AND ACTIVISM.
MY CASE WAS VERY STRONG HOWEVER THE ROAD TO FREEDOM WAS LONG.
Alicia Keys has ruffled the feathers of the mother of her step-daughter, Jahna Sebastian.
Jahna — the mother of Swizz Beats’ daughter Nicole — sounded off on twitter and instagram this week while addressing Alicia’s latest philanthropic effort to bring awareness to World Refugee Day. Keys-Beatz released a short film about a mother and her children going through crisis and seeking refuge. She thinks Alicia Keys has ripped off her story for a pity party and fame.
Also, she agrees with twitter users who point out that Alicia didn’t help her own step daughter during a similar crisis. I had to flee from Russia to LONDON, UK with one suitcase to save my life because of SEVERE RACISM.
Jahna and her daughter with Swizz, Nicole went through a great amount of strife to get citizenship after she left Russia for London as a refugee in 2008. OVER ALL THESE YEARS I WENT THROUGH COURTS, FOR OUR RIGHTS AS REFUGEES UNTIL FINALLY CITIZENSHIP IN 2016.