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90 Day Fiance: Will Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda’s Love Survive the 90-Day Countdown?

90 Day Fiance: Will Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda's Love Survive the 90-Day Countdown?

Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda are the epitome of modern love, connected by emotion but separated by international borders. The lovebirds waited patiently for the U.S. engagement visa to become a reality. But let’s face it; patience runs out when your heart yearns for love.

After Gino’s last trip to Panama, you could cut the tension with a knife. Jasmine insisted on hiring an immigration lawyer, a wise move in the chaotic world of visa regulations. But Gino hesitated, pointing to financial constraints. This is no ordinary argument; this is a visa litigation dilemma that could potentially derail their love train.

90 Day Fiance: A Love Story on the Rocks?

Sure, they’ve had their share of romantic moments, highlighted over two seasons of “90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.” However, Jasmine Pineda wants more. She longs for a man willing to put her above his family, a commitment Gino has reserved for the chapter of their life after marriage. This led to an emotional explosion so intense that it resulted in a temporary breakup.

Fact is, Jasmine Pineda knew she had made a mistake. So, she popped the question, kneeling and asking Gino for a second chance. Our man didn’t waste a moment and took her back, again sparked by the sight of the “lost” engagement ring.

Gino’s farewell in Panama was marked with promises of a quick reunion in America. Spoilers for the reunion special reveal that he has kept his word. Jasmine is now in America, and we are all excited about this next chapter as they transition into the main series of 90 Day Fiancé. They have just 90 days to say “I do” or face the heartbreaking alternative of separation.

The drama escalates in the new season when Jasmine discovers lipstick in Gino’s car. His denial falls on deaf ears when she labels him a cheater. Emotions run high, causing Jasmine to utter the dreaded words, “I want to go home.”

So, will they or won’t they? Will the couple overcome their emotional and legal hurdles to tie the knot within the 90-day window, or will they part forever?

Written by Tommy Kilmer

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