Just over 40 years after John Lennon was issued his Green Card, winning his four-year battle with the U.S. Government to stay in America, he is finally being immortalized with his own U.S. postage stamp. The U.S. Postal Service announced Lennon is one of a handful of iconic figures to be featured on the latest series of "Forever Stamps," which while purchased at the current first class rate, will always be accepted as a first class stamp throughout the years and never need additional postage as rates increase. Others included in the new series are singer Lena Horne, physicist and astronaut Sally Ride, and PBS' iconic "Mr. Rogers" himself -- Fred Rogers.
Back in 2015, the USPS issued its first new Elvis Presley stamp in 23 years when it introduced "The King's" "Forever Stamp."