Stupidity v. immigration fraud. via 90 Day Fiancé follows Americans as they prepare to marry stranger foreign spouses | Daily Mail Online.
Season two of TLC’s hit show 90 Day Fiancé will debut Sunday October 19, charting the risky romances of six Americans who move their foreign spouses to the U.S. in order to get married.
Under the terms of the K-1 visa, these foreigners are permitted to live and work in the U.S. for just 90 days before they either have to tie the knot, or return to their home countries.
Of the four couples featured in the season premiere, only one of the Americans has spent more than two weeks with their partner abroad before proposing and flying them over.
Perhaps the most ominous situation is for Ohio-based Danielle, 46, a single mother to three teenage daughters, who met her Tunisian fiancé Mohamed, 26, in an international online chat room.
Enamored by the strapping young foreigner, Danielle saves up to fly to Tunisia and meet him in person. The couple spend two weeks together, after which she returns home and Mohamed promptly proposes to Danielle via instant messenger.
‘I like that he’s from Tunisia because he’s different from American guys,’ Danielle explains.
‘Most men his age are out partying and wouldn’t even think twice about being with a woman who has three teenage girls.’
Although Danielle, who works with the mentally handicapped, says she was initially ‘resistant’ to the idea of such a fast engagement, she knew she ‘loved and cared for him’ and claims she will ‘never leave him.’
Danielle stumps up the money for Mohamed’s flights to Ohio, and from day one, trouble looms. Mohamed neglects to call Danielle when he lands in the U.S., whipping her into a frenzy of worry over the notion that he has taken the plane ticket and disappeared.
Comforted by her understandably wary daughters, Danielle sobs through the entire episode, before heading to the airport in frantic hopes he will actually be there.
‘I’ve only spent a few days with Mohamed,’ she whimpers. ‘I hope I haven’t misjudged him.’
Mohamed does show up, but he stands stiff as post when Danielle launches herself into his arms and sobs into his armpit as her daughters, bearing a handmade welcome sign, watch on awkwardly.
‘Stop crying, stop crying,’ Mohamed implores her through forced smiles.
Danielle should read these previous Creeping Sharia posts and not leave her daughters alone with Mohamed for one second nor allow them to Tunisia or any other Muslim country.
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