90 Day Fiancé star Angela Deem is a fan favorite in the TLC franchise’. However, the two damn specials in which she has appeared have made it clear that she is not the most popular person among her colleagues in the cast. However, Michael Ilesanmi’s wife does have a fan among her fellow stars – Tania Maduro’s husband, Syngin Colchester.
Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi finally made a decision in Nigeria during a recent episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? But the couple still has a lot of problems with Michael’s visa. Because of this, Angela and Michael haven’t been able to live together in the United States anymore.
After the recent wedding episode, it turned out that Angela Deem is worried about her future with Michael Ilesanmi in the United States. The government has rejected Michael’s application for a K-1 fiancée visa. And, a spousal visa is far from a guarantee. Earlier this year, President Trump extended his travel ban to Nigeria. Currently, Nigerian citizens cannot obtain a permanent visa.
While wearing her wedding dress, Angela Deem said in front of 90 Day Fiancé’s cameras that if Michael Ilesanmi could not come to America, everything would be “useless”. Angela Deem will have to wait even longer to find out if her bet to get married in Nigeria has paid off.
90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem’s Dream Was To Marry Michael Ilesanmi In The United States
A conjugal visa can take up to one year. But in the current political climate – not to mention coronavirus-related closures – Angela Deem’s dream of a lifetime in America with Michael may never come true.
As Reality TV World notes, Angela Deem had her heart set on getting a K-1 visa for Michael so she could bring him to the United States. This would have given the couple 90 days to get married and start their life together in America.
“I will marry Michael in Nigeria because I love him and I want to do everything that will bring Michael here as soon as possible,” Angela told the cameras of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? during the premiere of the fifth season.
Once the couple realized that a wedding in Nigeria was their only option, they still couldn’t stop fighting. Her suggestion to live together in Nigeria sparked Angela’s anger. She made it clear that she is a “spoiled” American who has a family in the United States to take care of.