By all accounts it appears that Shyne will be deported.The rapper is set to be sent to his native Belize, where his father lives, according to radio reporter Miss Info.The finding was revealed in a conversation with Hot 97's Angie Martinez, who had a conversation with the still-imprisoned rapper. Shyne is one of the strongest people I know and hes handling this situation just as Id expect him to. It must be frustrating for all of his friends and family," she said according to missinfo.tv. "He served his time, and keeps getting all these different dates and conflicting information. But hes a soldier, hes dealing with it.Although he's still in the United States, Shyne expects to be shipped to Belize, where he will likely continue his fight to stay in the United States. A New Yorker since 13-years-old, he was raised by his mother and grand mother in Brooklyn. They still live in the United States.Harvard Professor Charles Ogletree is working on Shyne's behalf with his legal team and they seek a pardon through New York Governor David Patterson. Paterson's first gubernatorial pardon was for Ricky "Slick Rick" Walters, a rapper convicted in 1991 on attempted murder.Shyne was incarcerated for almost 10 years for assault and weapons charges. Moses Leviy is Shyne's new legal name, changing it in homage of his Jewish grandmother.