90 Day Fiance: Will Yara Zaya Get Deported?

90 Day Fiance: Will Yara Zaya Get Deported?

90 Day Fiance star Yara Zaya has revealed on her YouTube channel that her American dream could be coming to an end as she could be deported from the United States. The Ukrainian beauty was first introduced to the public when she joined the 8th season of the TLC show with her husband Jovi Dufren. Despite the problems they encountered in their relationship, the couple tied the knot on Valentine’s Day 2020 and adopted their daughter Mylah in September that year.

Yara Zaya and Jovi Dufren settled into their rented home in New Orleans, Louisiana. In a recent video on their YouTube channel, the couple recalled their first meeting in Budapest, Hungary. Jovi even revealed that Yara Zaya once lied to impress him, saying she liked surfing and playing tennis, although this was not true.

Despite the beautiful life America has given her, Yara Zaya still fears deportation because she has not yet received her green card, even after two years in the United States.

90 Day Fiance: Will Yara Zaya Get Deported?

In her latest YouTube video, Yara Zaya expressed her loneliness after being away from her biological family for almost two years. She expressed her gratitude for being with Jovi Dufren’s family, but she can’t deny that she also misses her family in Ukraine. Since he does not have a green card to maintain his residency in the United States, he still cannot see his family at home because he could be deported.

Yara has a work permit and an emergency permit, which she can only use once to travel outside the US for the most important reason. She asked if she could use it to visit her mother in Ukraine, but her lawyer refused to allow her to fly because she may not be able to re-enter US borders again.

Written by Emma Fisher

TV Writer.
Emma Fisher is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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