90 Day Fiance Season 09 Episode 03 Description
Bilal comes clean to Shaeeda; Emily’s first-day request stuns Kobe; Miona meets Jibri’s skeptical parents; Bini’s confession to his sisters doesn’t go as planned; Yve welcomes Mohamed to the U.S.
There has been one guy who has had all 90 Day Fiance fans talking, and not in a good way. It’s all about Bilal. He didn’t want Shaeeda to only want him for his money, so he’s put up some elaborate “prank” with a rundown van and his childhood home that needs a hell of a lot of work on to meet property standards to make it look like he has less than he does.
Shaeeda’s concerns aren’t really the lack of money, but the lack of care for everything. Of course, it could be money, but things aren’t adding up for her. She’s about to find out that it’s all been some prank. Maybe he should have thought about this before he put his life on social media. Surely Shaeeda has actually seen what he has to offer, and she’s going to be angry when she learns the truth.
At least Jibri has been honest about what he can afford right now. Miona isn’t going to be impressed, though. And it’s clear Jibri’s parents aren’t that impressed with her right now.
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90 Day Fiance Show Descriprion
90 Day Fiancé is an American reality television series on TLC that follows couples who have applied for or received a K-1 visa, available uniquely to foreign fiancés of U.S. citizens, and therefore have 90 days to marry each other. The series debuted on January 12, 2014 and has been renewed with its eighth season, which premiered on December 6, 2020.
The series has sixteen spin-offs including 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, which documents past 90 Day Fiancé couples after their marriage; 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which follows couples who met online but have not yet started the K-1 visa process; and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, a series where the American partner moves to their partner’s home country instead of vice versa.
The show is based on the K-1 visa process. This visa allows the fiancé from a foreign country to travel to the USA to live with his or her prospective American spouse. The purpose of the K-1 Visa is to provide time for the couple to make arrangements and have a marriage ceremony. Each couple is required to sign documents stating their intent to marry, as part of the visa process. If the couple does not marry within 90 days, the beneficiary must leave the country. The couple may face language barriers, culture shock, the stigma of being thought of as a “mail-order bride”, and skepticism from friends and family.