90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Avery Mills has denied she and husband Omar Albakour have split.

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Avery took to Instagram on Tuesday to shut down speculation there's trouble in paradise and her marriage to Omar is over.

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"I'm not sure why there is an article saying Omar and I aren't together, but we are very much Happily married and we have never split up," Omar captioned a selfie of the couple.

"So for the people that rushed to my page to see if the tabloids were true they aren't. Still my best friend."

Avery also added multiple heart emojis to her Instagram post.

When comments poured in questioning Avery and Omar's relationship and their intentions, Avery wrote to one critic, "We literally care less if we were in the public eye, and you can ask my mom if you want about how much she loves my husband Bc they love each other."

Avery also recently revealed in her Instagram Stories that she and Omar are thriving as a couple although they are still living apart.

Avery is still trying to sponsor a visa for Omar, and so she's working hard in the United States to make money, according to The Blast. Avery is also reportedly going to college and is patiently waiting for when she and Omar can be together on a permanent basis.

Last month, Avery gushed on Instagram about how "love has no boundaries."

"This past year and a half has been incredible. One day (in a long time lol) we will be able to show our kids how we met and how we defied all the odds. InShaAllah," Avery captioned a photo of the lovebirds.

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Avery was a 19-year-old former Christian who converted to Islam from Columbus, OH, and Omar was a 24-year-old Muslim man from Latakia, Syria, when they starred on Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days last year. They had met on a Muslim dating app.

Avery claims she had converted to Islam six months before meeting Omar, whom she thought had "a beautiful heart."

Omar's dating profile initially said he lived in America. However, Avery continued the relationship even after she found out Omar was living in Syria -- despite concerns from her family that Omar was using her to escape a war in Syria and come to the U.S.

After just a month of talking, Omar asked Avery to marry him and sent her an engagement ring in the mail.

Avery therefore made plans to fly to Lebanon to finally meet her fiance in person and get married. The couple decided on Lebanon since it would be a safer, nicer place to meet for the first time.

Despite a U.S. travel ban on Syrian citizens, Avery hoped to bring Omar, a dental student, to the United States on a visa sometime over the next three years after they got married in Lebanon.

However in the meantime, Avery's initial plan was to live in Syria with Omar so they wouldn't be apart for too long.

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Avery and Omar's wedding took place in February 2019, and their wedding was shown on 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, but the bliss they felt died down quickly when Avery was forced to return to America following her brief stay in Lebanon.

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"I'll remember this trip for the rest of my life. Every second I had with Omar, I am grateful for, and I hope and I pray I get more," Avery said, adding that there was a chance she might never see him again.

Once Avery returned to Columbus, she and her mother Teri met with an immigration lawyer together and received some bad news about Omar's visa to enter the United States.

"Realistically, you can't get a visa," Avery told Omar over FaceTime.

"What? Are you joking?" Omar asked. "Why I can't be in America?"

"The lawyer said he has worked on many travel-ban cases and none of them have been approved. We can apply for a waiver, but only less than five percent of people who get waivers get approved. I would say the soonest is three years," Avery explained.

Avery also said if they had any chance of Omar coming to the United States, she couldn't move to Syria because the only thing the government would acknowledge -- if they do acknowledge it -- is the fact the married couple was forced to live apart from each other.

Avery started the process for Omar to come to the U.S. regardless, and so she asked him, "Do you think you could be away from me for a few years and still want to be married to me?"

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"I don't know," Omar replied. "It's a tough situation for a long time."

Avery dropped her phone and couldn't believe Omar had said something like that. It made her doubt how strong his love for her really was.

"Listen, I give up about America," Omar said.

The couple wanted to be with each other, so they discussed the possibility of both moving to somewhere like Dubai.

"If we make that decision to move out of the country, we make that decision for good," Avery told her husband. "We're just giving up America altogether."

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Avery realized in that moment in order to start a family of her own, she may have to neglect and leave behind the family she already had, and that left the 19-year-old feeling very emotional.

"It breaks my heart because there is no good option for me and Omar right now. I am scared we will never be together," Avery told the cameras.

On Part 1 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' Tell-All special that aired in October 2019, Avery revealed she and Omar were still together but had no idea where they were going to live.

"If he doesn't have a way to get here, we'll go to a nearby country where it's safe," Avery said, after crying about how hard it was to be away from her husband.

And on Part 2 of the Tell-All, Avery said she talked to Omar a few hours every day and was planning a trip back to Lebanon soon. She believed their relationship would last and they could overcome all obstacles together.

Last month, TLC released three short-form Season 4 episodes of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?, the 90 Day Fiance spinoff available on the network's TLC GO streaming service, that showed Avery traveling back to Lebanon and reuniting with Omar and visiting with his family.

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' fourth season currently airs on Sunday nights at 8PM ET/PT on TLC.

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