Things are getting more and more complicated between 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After couple, Tiffany Franco and Ronald Smith. In the latest episodes, the two are trying to figure out how Ronald Smith is going to move to America to be with his wife and children.
However, because he is facing problems getting a green card, Smith has other plans to get what he wants. These plans include forcing his wife to stay in South Africa with him.
Lately, Tiffany Franco and Ronald Smith have been struggling to be together, both on air and in real time. Well, there are a lot of reasons for this, including problems with Ronald’s visa approval. The couple have a number of other things going on between them. For now, though, all Ronald wants is to stay with his family. But his plans to achieve this seem a little bleak. In an exclusive ETOnline insight, we see Ronald building a room for his son Daniel.
When his friend asks if it’s necessary for Daniel’s two-week stay, Ronald Smith reveals a few secrets. The 90 Day Fiance star reveals that “Someone’s in for a surprise”. Ronald is planning for his family to stay in South Africa for at least six months. Until his visa is processed, Smith is ready to move to the US. But if that doesn’t happen, he’ll make his wife and children permanent residents in South Africa. In the video, Ronald expresses that he is tired of living away from his family and that he deserves to be close to his children.
So Ronald Smith’s plan is to be with his family somehow, whether in South Africa or in the United States. One way or another, the 90 Day Fiance celebrity doesn’t want to say no. In fact, he’s willing to go anywhere to do so. He says he’s trying to make them comfortable in South Africa and show he can make a home.
In addition, Smith adds that he wants to show them that he can take on the role of father and be the man of the house. Failing that, Ronald plans to “force” Tiffany Franco to move to South Africa.
90 Day Fiance: Will Tiffany Franco Agree To Move To South Africa?
Well, any fan of the series will agree that Tiffany Franco would not want to move to South Africa. As it stands, she feels that Ronald is unable to support her or their children financially or emotionally.
So she might not want to leave her job and move to another country. Ronald wants to show her that he can be a family man. But given that Franco is already insecure about her husband, it is likely that she would be difficult to convince.