Mexico City – Julion Alvarez intends to return to the United States after being removed from the blacklist of the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the US Department of the Treasury, as he has already processed the passports of his daughters, Maria Isabel and Maria Julia, as well as his new ones.
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“Many operations come along, and one of those operations is passports, but we hope that soon you will be able to set foot in the United States and go later to sing for its citizens,” the Chiapas family spoke at a press conference, ahead of his first concert at the Palenque de las Fiestas de Octubre. 2022, Friday night.
In 2017, Alvarez was accused of alleged money laundering, but after a nearly five-year legal process, he finally announced in May that he had been fired without charge.
Now, the 39-year-old translator is back in his entire career, without restrictions.
In his meeting with the media, he expressed the discomfort caused by his participation in the shooting in Zapopan, which took place in early October in a shopping center. He described the singer as irresponsible whoever he said they were going to.
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