90 Day Fiance features Americans and their foreign fiances looking to wed within 90 days in the United States or else the American individuals would risk losing love and having their significant others return to their home countries.
The tenth episode of 90 Day Fiance's seventh season featured Anna, a 38-year-old from Bellevue, Nebraska, and Mursel, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey; Angela, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria; Mike, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie, a 35-year-old from Kyiv, Ukraine; Blake, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, California, and Jasmin, a 27-year-old from Helsinki, Finland; Tania, a 29-year-old from Colchester, Connecticut, and Syngin, a 29-year-old from Cape Town, South Africa; and Michael, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil.
Two couples, however, did not make an appearance in this episode: Emily Larina, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha Larin, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia, as well as Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic.
Below is the latest on each couple currently starring on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance:
ANGELA AND MICHAEL
Angela arrived in Lagos, Nigeria, to visit her man after he had been denied a K-1 visa, and Michael couldn't wait to see her, hug her and kiss her. Michael said he missed her crazy personality, and he surprised her with a cake when she arrived at the airport since she loves sweets.
Angela told Michael that seeing him "extremely upset" broke her heart after his K-1 visa interview and she was prepared to fight like hell to bring him to the United States.
Angela then asked Michael to share every detail of his K-1 visa interview so she could attempt to find out what went wrong.
Michael recalled going through security, waiting for three hours, and saying they never got married during her two visits to Nigeria because Angela wants her elderly mother, children and grandchildren to witness the wedding.
Angela said Michael should have shared that they had an engagement ceremony in Nigeria, but Michael said his profile listed that he was engaged. Angela still argued Michael had made a mistake, and they immediately began bickering in the car.
Angela called Michael "stubborn" and "hard-headed," and she wished Michael would listen to her more. Michael was ready to give Angela some space because he admitted it's difficult to communicate with her when she's tired and stressed.
Once the pair settled in for the night, Michael surprised his fiancee with a clock he had made for her out of photos of them. Angela said the gift showed exactly why they were together because they truly loved each other.
The next day, Michael planned to talk to Angela about getting married in Nigeria and obtaining a spousal visa over breakfast. He wanted Angela to try more local food although she apparently didn't like Nigerian food.
Michael told Angela he had met with a professional immigration lawyer, who suggested they get married in Nigeria and apply for a spousal visa. Michael and Angela's lawyers disagreed over the chances of winning an appeal.
"We have a 60 percent chance of getting [a visa by winning an appeal]," Angela told Michael.
Michael thought marrying in Nigeria was the best option because the chance of his appeal being approved was slim, but she disagreed and insisted, "I'm not getting married over here." One denial wasn't going to change that for Angela.
"That's not going to happen, so -- next question!" Angela told the cameras.
Michael wanted to get married and start a family together, and the more Michael begged, Angela started to come around and at least said she would think about getting married in Nigeria.
Michael didn't want his K-1 visa to be denied again, and he didn't want to waste time.
First, Angela wanted to investigate more why Michael's K-1 visa had been denied. Angela seemed to put a spousal visa on the table although it would break her heart to not have her family at her wedding.
MIKE AND NATALIE
Mike was about to leave Ukraine for the United States in a couple of hours. Natalie said Michael's a great man and she thought they were in a good place.
But Natalie remained silent when a producer asked her on-camera, "Do you love Mike?"
"God it's hard. I think we have potential because he's a good guy and there are moments that are good," Natalie replied.
Mike appeared upset by that response and noted it seemed like Natalie didn't care he was leaving, nor would she really miss him.
Natalie said love needed to grow, and that would happen by overcoming difficult situations as a couple. Natalie then reiterated how she had feelings for Michael that could grow into love.
"I'm a woman. I'm okay not to be sure," Natalie said. "It would be a lie from my side to say I love him."
"That's a f-cking wrap for me!" Mike vented before walking away from his joint interview with Natalie. "I'm going to go pack."
Mike later said it was really hard to see Natalie so conflicted in her feelings for him because she had expressed her love for him multiple times before.
Mike sarcastically told Natalie he had a great going-away party. Mike was so upset that Natalie wouldn't confess her love, but Natalie pointed out all they were doing was argue.
"I don't have to keep your ring," Natalie said, before giving it back to Mike.
"Thank you," Mike replied.
Natalie wanted Mike "to show some action," but he didn't. She had been hoping Mike would put the ring back on her finger, but Mike wasn't sure the ring meant anything to Natalie.
Mike was in shock Natalie took the ring off, especially because the stone had belonged to his mother. Mike told Natalie to devote herself to the church and "go for it" because he was out of time and she had said everything that she wanted to say.
Natalie's mother told Mike everything would be fine on his way out of their place, but Mike and Natalie were both visibly upset. It was a hard moment for everyone involved.
Natalie wanted to hear an apology from Mike before he left because she thought he was overreacting, but he refused and clearly felt he was not to blame for their problems.
MICHAEL AND JULIANA
Michael and Juliana had 10 days left to wed, and Juliana said she and her fiance were comfortable around each other after that intense talk of a prenuptial agreement.
Juliana still didn't like having to depend on Michael for everything, including money and travel, but he apparently bought her a bicycle for her birthday so she could get around on her own. Juliana loved riding her bike, and a scene showed her visiting Michael's ex-wife Sarah at her place.
Juliana had to wait three or four months to work and model again. She began modeling at age 15 in Brazil and opened up to Sarah about how the other girls in her agency were "so mean" to her and she had no money or food when she left her parents.
"Even though modeling was my dream, I gave up after three months and went back home. It was devastating," Juliana told the cameras, adding that she joined a church after the hardship.
"I think the church was a cult... and for any reason, you could go to hell."
The church's pastor apparently introduced Juliana, who was 17 years old at the time, to a 34-year-old man whom she later married. Juliana said they married after dating for only four months, and in the same day they wed, "he changed."
Juliana's ex-husband demanded Juliana that she stay home, not work and clean their house -- and she said the pastor did not believe her when she complained about his behavior.
"[We] didn't sign divorce or anything. [I] left," Juliana shared.
After Juliana escaped the bad relationship, she moved to Sao Paulo to start modeling again as a stronger and more confident woman. Juliana wasn't going to let anyone bully her again, and then after four months, she filed for divorce and forced her ex to sign the papers.
Sarah applauded Juliana on having overcome so much in her life and she cried after listening to her story. Sarah realized there was "indescribable" depth to Juliana.
Sarah was beginning to regret asking Juliana not to parent her two kids, Max and Cece, since she has great values. Sarah complimented Juliana on being an intelligent hard worker, who values family.
Sarah said she and Juliana "filled in the gaps" together in terms of what would make an excellent mother, and she told Juliana that she was glad she chose Michael as a partner.
"And I'm thankful you're so nice," Juliana said.
"When I first met Sarah, maybe she was thinking that I was taking advantage of Michael and [had] all the reasons to think that I'm bad. Opening up to her about my life was very important to me, because now I feel like she knows me and understands... I think Sarah likes me -- I hope."
Later on, Sarah brought Juliana to a store where Juliana could try on her wedding dress after alterations, and Juliana hoped to become best friends with Sarah because she thought she was really nice.
Sarah told Juliana that once she starts making money, she shouldn't hand her money over to Michael -- which was a mistake she had made in her previous marriage. Sarah revealed there was an imbalance in power in her marriage and she didn't want the same for Juliana.
Sarah also told Juliana she's not "the house servant" and shouldn't feel responsible for always cleaning the house or cooking.
When Juliana tried on her long-sleeve, lace ballgown with a sparkly belt, Sarah said Michael was going to weep at the sight of her. Sarah was so supportive, saying Michael really loved Juliana.
Juliana cried in her dress because she couldn't wait to marry her love. But a part of Juliana feared she'd get hurt again.
"Don't be nervous. You're part of a big family now," Sarah assured the future bride.
ANNA AND MURSEL
Anna and Mursel had 19 days left to wed, but Mursel had been staying in a hotel. Anna said there was no point in talking or having a conversation with Mursel about the future because his mind was made up and he had every intention of returning to Turkey.
But Mursel told the cameras he loved Anna and never meant to hurt her. He really hoped that she would forgive him.
When the pair reunited, Anna complained, "I can't believe you're not choosing me."
Mursel said he really wanted to marry Anna but his family was very bad and disapproved. The couple both cried, but Anna was angry more than anything. She really thought Mursel would have picked her over his family.
"He tells me he loves me, but he can't man up and prove it," Anna said in a confessional.
Mursel insisted he was "suffering too much pain," but Anna pointed out her heart was broken. She didn't want Mursel to hug her or comfort her, and Mursel felt awful to see Anna so upset and hurt.
"I will love you for a lifetime," Mursel promised.
"Me, no. Love finish," Anna said. "You lost me. I just want you to go."
Mursel sobbed and sobbed, but Anna remained strong and simply told her fiance not to contact her again. Mursel then nearly fell off the couch and bawled his eyes out, which prompted Anna to cry as well.
"I want to kiss you," Mursel noted.
"I want to punch you," Anna replied, wiping the tears from her face.
Mursel told the cameras he was a broken man who had lost all hope, and Anna just didn't understand why Mursel was choosing to leave her, her sons and their relationship.
Anna was in disbelief -- she just couldn't believe this was happening and her relationship was over.
Mursel then left Anna's house with his suitcase in hand.
Mursel felt guilty for choosing his mother over Anna and hurting Anna in the process. He said he was returning to Turkey "unwillingly."
"It will end. I mean, it's over [with Anna]," Mursel told a producer.
Meanwhile, Anna had a lot of emotions going through her head, but she decided to drive Mursel to the airport so they could enjoy their last moments together. Anna was also still hoping Mursel would change his mind and choose to be with her.
Anna kissed and hugged Mursel, but she insisted their relationship was over if he went back to Turkey because she would never move to Turkey.
"The K-1 visa is a one-entry visa, so once you leave, you cannot come back into the United States. So, once he leaves, that's it. He's not coming back," Anna explained to the cameras.
Mursel seemed to regret telling his family about Anna's children. Since he's the only son in his family, he felt the need to put his feelings aside and obey his parents.
At the airport, Mursel confessed he was scared to lose Anna, and the pair got extremely emotional when saying goodbye.
"Please, Mursel, don't go!" Anna said.
"I love you," Mursel replied.
Mursel then walked away with his ticket, and Anna's heart was broken. She wished Mursel would stand up to his parents and explain that Anna is a good person.
Mursel ended up running back to Anna to hug her again, but that appeared to be the end.
"I had good dreams coming to America from Turkey. If I knew this was going to be the case, I wouldn't have come," Mursel said in a confessional.
"If I could turn back time, I wish I had told my parents about the kids before. I am really regretting that right now."
Mursel repeated how he loved Anna so much, but Anna was already outside of the airport.
"Mursel left. I thought he would change his mind last second, but he didn't. Now that he's left on a K-1 visa, he can't come back," Anna told the cameras.
"I never thought we'd be here. He's broken my heart and I'm not going to go back from this. I don't think I can."
BLAKE AND JASMIN
With 70 days left to wed, Blake and Jasmin got ready because Blake had a show with one of his friends. Jasmin expected Blake would be performing in a club -- where people would be drinking and smoking -- and so she asked her sister and best friend, Janette, to accompany her.
Jasmin admitted Blake's music was different and she didn't really understand the lyrics. Blake also covers his face when he raps, which Jasmin thought was weird and unnecessary.
Meanwhile, Jasmin was tired of living with Blake's parents without him. She was started to get annoyed, but Blake said they only had two more months to wait until they could marry and live with each other.
Jasmin apparently took a long time to get ready, and so Blake was late. His label and fellow artists weren't happy with him, but Blake kept his cool and never took frustration out on Jasmine.
Jasmin admittedly hated the club scene and wasn't into Blake's music. Janette even asked Jasmin to join the crowd and dance in the pit, but Jasmin turned the offer down and wanted to stay sitting at a table.
"If Blake was not my fiance, I don't think he would be my favorite artist," Jasmin said in a confessional. "I don't like rap music."
Jasmin, however, told Blake's friend Rita that she was enjoying herself. Rita worried Jasmin was using him and hoped she was in the United States for the right reasons.
Blake understood where Rita was coming from, and he also wanted Jasmin to prove that she cared for him.
Blake's friend Joey, who is President of Blake's record label, said it was hard to see that Jasmin wasn't into his music. Blake explained Jasmin tends not to be very expressive and she just doesn't love to party.
Blake's friends didn't think Jasmin was "down" with their world, and the guys just wanted to be able to laugh and have fun with Jasmin, which simply wasn't happening. They also weren't sure Jasmin was going to support Blake.
The conversation upset Blake, so he decided to leave the room.
"With the 90 days, it's either now or never that he notices [Jasmin]'s lack of interest in what he's doing. Maybe he doesn't want to accept it, or maybe he's just delusional," Joey told the cameras.
"I don't know what we said that was completely off, but... we're coming from a good place."
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Tania and Syngin had 36 days to wed, and he tidied a hotel room before picking his love up at the airport. Tania was returning home from her long stay in Costa Rica.
The couple, however, had recently fought and needed to figure things out before getting married. Syngin's anxiety was high and he was feeling stressed because he had to resolve some issues with Tania, but at the same time, he couldn't wait to just hug her and be with her.
When the couple reunited at the airport, Syngin had a flower for her, and they kissed and embraced. Syngin felt "bliss and happiness" at the sight of her, and she was so glad to see him.
Tania told Syngin she just wanted to cuddle with him and not argue that night. Tania said no one would love her the way Syngin loved her. For example, Tania hates biting into apples and getting it all in her teeth, so Syngin takes a bit for her and gives her a piece.
"It's the little things that you do that just shows me how much you care," Tania told her man.
Tania said she hated being away from Syngin and she's well aware "she's a little bit extra." She wanted to marry Syngin, but she knew they had a lot to work on in order to make their relationship last.
After spending a great night together in the hotel, Tania and Syngin headed back to Connecticut and their shed.
Syngin said they had discussed owning some land and growing their own food in 10 years, but Tania pointed out they needed to save money in order to do that.
Syngin began working in the mines at age 17, and he had friends who had died. Syngin opened up about how it's not worth risking one's life every single day for a job.
Syngin felt he had a new slate in life, and he was considering becoming a fireman or policeman. He also thought about woodworking. Tania appreciated Syngin's goals and ambitions, but she wanted him to start studying in order to achieve his dreams.
"There are sometimes when I'm like, 'Are you just too young for me?' I want an adult," Tania said.
Syngin insisted he's an adult but he doesn't sit around worrying about the future. Tania wanted her man to care more about the future and have a gameplan, but Syngin was annoyed Tania was attacking him.
Syngin said he didn't have money to take classes and educate himself, and the pair got into a huge argument in the car.
Syngin tested Tania and told her to just leave him if she wanted to, and Tania was totally on edge. It seemed like Tania would have no problem leaving Syngin behind -- at least in that moment -- and he called her "crazy."
Tania didn't feel heard, but Syngin said she never felt heard by anyone, including society.
Tania said she just wanted Syngin to take their life together seriously. She wanted him to become a planner and follow through with jobs rather than follow whims and make poor financial decisions.
However, since Syngin couldn't work for a while in the United States, he wouldn't be given an opportunity to prove his work ethic to Tania within his 90-day stay, and she understood they'd still have a lot to learn about each other after marriage.