That was many months ago. Was Angela able to secure a visa and bring Michael to the US?
Sunday, September 13 90-day fiancé: are you ever happy? spectators watched Angela Deem marry Michael Ilesanmi.
The two actually married in 2020. January 27 – almost eight months earlier.
Three years later, the couple got married in Nigeria … for better or worse.
Angela and Michael quickly began to address the realities and logistics.
First of all, Angela will be back home in Georgia soon – it’s disappointing that everything went so well with Michael.
But they also talked about plans to do so so Michael could follow it in the US.
Angela and Michael first met on social networks where, despite the age difference and some other factors such as Angela’s politics, they fell into each other.
90 days fiancé: 90 days ago viewers watched their first meeting as it was filmed.
It also meant viewers could follow as the couple faced a heart as their K-1 visa application was denied.
We all watched Angela and Michael walk to the local bar where they put on the crowns and discussed what would happen next.
“I’m ready to start a spouse visa right away, Michael,” Angela said, mostly for the sake of the camera.
“We wasted enough time on this K-1 and the money,” she added. “It’s time for you to get home. I know it’s your home, but our house. “
She talks about a CR-1 visa, which allows a non-American spouse of a U.S. citizen to enter the U.S. legally.
The spouse’s visa provides permanent residence.
Normally, this is less likely to be denied than a K-1 visa application … but this is by no means the real thing.
“We hope the Lord is on our side,” Michael replied.
“I pray in six to eight months,” Angela said.
“I pray, too,” Michael added. “Let’s believe, let’s be positive and let’s pray.”
Unfortunately, it wasn’t long before Angela got some really heartbreaking news.
Her elderly mother, whose health was very poor even before Angela left for Nigeria, did not respond at home.
Angela’s adult daughter called her to report that her mother had been taken to the hospital and is now in the ICU.
Just over a week after Angela’s wedding, her mother died.
It is unclear at this time whether Angela had time to present a CR-1 visa.
However, as we all know, when the COVID-19 pandemic occurred in the U.S. in March, USCIS withheld all visa applications and interviews.
What’s more, Angela’s beloved leader Donald Trump has banned immigration from Nigeria.
This, part of his completely undisguised effort to reassure his white boss base (and advisers) over what Muslim insurance really is, adds an extra hurdle to Angela and Michael’s hopes.
Perhaps this wait will give Angels time to address the toxic and verbally offensive treatment of Michael. No one deserves such talk or treatment.