TV Series - Jul 27, 2022

90 Day Fiance: Deportation is the threat Julia Trubkina faces

90 Day Fiance: Deportation is the threat Julia Trubkina faces
90 Day Fiance: Deportation is the threat Julia Trubkina faces

90 Day Fiancé star Julia Trubkina shared alarming news about possible deportation. Julia from Russia has been married to Virginia man Brandon since 90 Day Fiancé season 8. While Julia was staying with Brandon's parents on his farm in Dinwiddie, Virginia, where he was on a K-1 visa, the couple faced many challenges.

She didn't expect to have to wake up early or take care of farm animals or sleep in different bedrooms with Brandon's mother. Afterlife gave Julia the opportunity to move to Richmond immediately, she took it, but managing the pair hasn't been an easy task because of the immature decisions they made.

Julia and Brandon discussed moving to Ocala, Florida to work as house painters in a recent episode of 90 Day Diaries. Ron and Betty Gibbs were disappointed by the news, but on a recent episode, they were informed that the young couple would be moving to Virginia Beach instead. Brandon, who was scheduled to quit his pest control job, received a promotion from his supervisor instead.

Brandon seemed pleased with his new supervisory position, but Julia was upset to remain in Virginia after almost two and a half years. Julia revealed, however, that she and Brandon are currently experiencing some major difficulties in real-time. In an Instagram post, Julia indicated that their plans have crumbled and that her Green Card is about to expire.

Fans were left wondering what exactly Julia meant when she said her Green Card was expiring. Julia posted several Instagram stories after the 90 Day Diaries episode explaining her situation. "Questions regarding my Green Card. Julia wrote, "Yes, it expires.". Apparently, they were supposed to apply "six months in advance" to adjust her status, but they failed to do so.

There is a reason why they did not apply to remove the conditions on Julia's two-year conditional resident Green Card since she does not have "more than one document" containing her name. "This situation threatens (deportation)" Julia stated. Examples of this could be papers that suggest buying a house, renting a house, taking out loans, etc.

Brandon and Julia are, however, doing everything in their power to assist. They want to resolve the issue as quickly as possible before the expiration date. Julia added another note informing us that she will not be able to show pictures in this situation. Purchase or rental agreement is required. "We are stressed at the moment," Julia wrote.

They are moving into the apartment of AJ, a friend of theirs, for two weeks before moving into their own apartment. During the 90 Day Fiancé, the couple applied for a house loan, which thankfully was approved, according to Julia.

Thus, it appears Julia may not be deported after all if they are able to find a place in the near future. However, Julia's problems seem to be endless regardless of her efforts. An electric fence electrocuted her recently while she was doing a photo shoot with a horse. 

The star's finger was swollen like a hotdog, leaving fans praying for a speedy recovery. Also, Julia claims that she and Brandon were apparently "cut" from  90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 7 because she is from Russia. Even though fans complain that they are bored whenever Brandon and Julia are on the 90 Day Fiancé screen, they also want the couple to move on from their nightmare.

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