90 Day Fiance stars Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi have waited a long time to settle together in the US. They want to start a new life in America. However, the waiting time doesn’t seem to end with these two. They are married in the hope of speeding up the entire visa approval process. But it turns out that the changes in immigration laws may not be in the couple’s favor.
90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi’s Marriage Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic
In the recent In the recent 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After Tell All, Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi were the only couple who weren’t in the same room while filming. Given the social aloofness, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After alums didn’t get together as they normally would for Tell All segments.
When Shaun asked them how the pandemic affected their marriage, Michael Ilesanmi said they were still fighting a lot. However, when it’s on the phone, they seem to resolve them quickly. Angela Deem also added that an argument that is expected to last about three-four days usually ends in a few minutes when they communicate online.
Given that Michael Ilesanmi’s visa is highly dependent on whether the pandemic is over, Angela Deem says they may have to wait another year or so after the end of the pandemic. She has spoken openly about how difficult it has been for her to face the death of her mother with her husband miles away. She expressed her disappointment that the pandemic prevented her from spontaneously flying to Nigeria.
The 90 Day Fiance star added that if they get through the uncertainty, they can finally be together. This way, once they are together in the States, haters won’t have much more to say about them.