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 sixth 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; Emily, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia; Angela, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria; Tania, a 29-year-old from Colchester, Connecticut, and Syngin Colchester, a 29-year-old from Cape Town, South Africa; Blake, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, California, and Jasmin, a 27-year-old from Helsinki, Finland; and Michael, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil.
The following two couples did not make an appearance in this episode: Mike Youngquist, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie Mordovtseva, a 35-year-old from Kyiv, Ukraine, 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:
ANNA AND MURSEL
Anna was under a lot of stress due to wedding planning and the language barrier between Mursel and herself. She also noted her son Joey had been "rude" to Mursel and wasn't making an effort to get to know him better and accept him into the family.
However, Anna kept asking her sons to give Mursel a chance.
Mursel and Anna's three sons were then shown trying on tuxedos for the wedding. The boys weren't happy they had to match Mursel, and they clearly didn't like the blue suit with gold bowtie.
Joey didn't care to have a relationship with Mursel, especially since Mursel had yet to tell his parents about Anna having children. Anna realized Joey would probably never accept Mursel unless the Turkey native comes clean to his family.
"Because it's stupid," Joey replied. "I think marrying Mursel would be even more of a burden for my mom, and I think my mom is able to change her mind if she wants to."
Anna asked Joey to put his feelings behind him and focus on the future, but he refused.
"Your situation does not make me happy," Mursel said. "You never give me good energy. You don't try to be nice. If you don't want me, I can go."
"It's that easy?!" Joey asked his mom. "Okay, situation solved!"
Mursel started questioning why he should stay in the United States if Anna's kids didn't want him around, but Anna was certain they could work something out.
Anna was really worried about Mursel's relationship with her sons because things weren't getting any better.
The boys missed their old life with their mother and predicted she and Mursel were going to break up. Joey admitted to Anna during a picnic that no one liked Mursel, but Anna promised her kids Mursel was not a bad guy.
"The boys mean everything to me. My life revolves around them, but I don't think they appreciate everything I've given and sacrificed for them. And at some point, I want to be happy too," Anna said in a confessional.
Anna could tell that Joey was jealous of the time she spent with Mursel, and she started questioning whether she was even meant to be happy.
ANGELA AND MICHAEL
Angela was shown receiving Botox in her face at age 53. Angela wanted to look as fresh as she could for Michael and "a lot younger." Angela went to the appointment with her friend Dodie, who insisted Angela had just asked for "a natural look."
Angela said most of her relationship with Michael, 31, had been long distance but they took things to "a whole new level" when she went to visit him in Nigeria.
Angela didn't like to hear others' concerns that Michael was scamming her, so she still had trust issues. However, Angela said she and Michael always managed to get back together after arguments.
"I finally found The One. I just knew it from our first kiss," Angela said.
Angela revealed Michael's K-1 visa interview was "coming up soon" and she expected him to arrive in the United States within a month.
"What a party we're going to have!" Angela gushed.
Angela said she had a lot of responsibility because she was taking care of her mother, daughter Skyla and her six grandchildren. Angela said Michael was going to have to be "Mr. Mom" since he wouldn't be able to work for a while in America.
Angela noted if Michael thought he was just going to sit around and relax at her home, he had another thing coming.
Angela was nervous about Michael's interview because he had to prove their romance was authentic and sincere by answering a series of questions. Angela then FaceTimed with Michael, who insisted everything was ready and they'd be fine.
"Don't worry. I've got this," Michael said.
Angela said Michael had to bring documents with him to the interview and be very prepared, so she hoped Michael was taking this very seriously. Angela insisted she wasn't going to move to Nigeria if Michael's K-1 visa was denied because of her family in Georgia.
"If you screw up... we'll be done," Angela told him, before telling the cameras, "If Michael fails this interview, I told him, 'We're probably done'... I don't have the strength. I'm not getting any younger. It's either the K-1 or K-done."
Michael then told the cameras he and Angela had been through some major ups and downs in their relationship but he loved her and appreciated how strong of a woman she is. Michael said he appreciated how Angela spoke her mind and tended to be straightforward.
Michael was a little nervous about his K-1 interview, but he looked forward to being with his fiancee in the United Stated and starting a new life together.
Michael, however, acknowledged there would be a big adjustment to make upon his arrival into America since he wouldn't be able to work for a while as he waits for his Green Card. Michael said he didn't want to be supported by the woman in his life but he was impressed Angela is such a hard worker.
Michael then enjoyed a lunch out with some of his friends and discussed his move to America.
Michael said he anticipated moving to a diverse, small town, but his friends in Nigeria worried there would still be some segregation in Hazlehurst, GA, and he may not have the easiest time transitioning into life there.
Michael also wants to welcome a baby, but given Angela's age, it would be no small or easy task for Angela to get pregnant and carry a child. Michael had faith Skyla would give the couple one of her eggs so they could have a baby of their own, but his future remained unclear.
Michael's friends believed he was going to have a rude awakening in America.
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Syngin had been in America for about a month, and he said a lot of tough decisions went into deciding whether he and Tania should marry within 90 days.
Tania was also heading to Costa Rica for a month to learn herbalism or herbal medicine, so the pair would only have 60 days to get to know each other better and decide to marry.
Syngin didn't mind living in a shed at Tania's mother house, but he admitted the space was a bit small and cramped. He also worried about being alone in America for a month given he had no friends or neighbors.
Tania felt guilty for leaving her fiancee, but Syngin told her not to. Syngin, however, admitted their time apart was going to "suck."
Tania said there was no shot she was going to postpone her trip and just hoped Syngin and her mother could bond while she's gone. Tania's mother told Syngin that he could borrow her car and help her with tasks and chores around the house such as lawn mowing and power-washing the deck.
Syngin felt like a teenager, saying Tania's mother could be a bit scary at times and kept him on his toes. Uncertainty about his future with Tania was "creeping in."
About a month after Syngin's arrival, they were still working on the shed and things weren't done around the house. However, Tania was still leaving to go to Costa Rica. She saw the classes as an investment for her future with Syngin.
Both Tania and Syngin were sad and appeared to miss each other already. Syngin was not looking forward to being alone, and he felt a little lost. Syngin tried to be supportive, but he had mixed emotions and was feeling more sad than anything.
The couple exchanged emotional goodbyes at the airport, but it wasn't clear how much the pair was going to communicate during Tania's time away since Syngin hoped to talk every day but Tania wasn't as "clingy" as her man tended to be.
At the airport, Syngin gave Tania a heart he had made for her in South Africa that read, "My Sugar, I love you alot alot," and she was completely touched by the gesture.
EMILY AND SASHA
Emily and Sasha had less than 24 hours to go before they'd board a plane from Moscow, Russia, to the United States, and they had to pack their whole life into a few suitcases.
Sasha hoped Emily would be motivated to exercise and work out. She felt a lot of pressure to lose her baby weight fast, especially since Sasha planned to be a fitness model in America.
Sasha only packed a couple pairs of shorts and a few shirts, so Emily started questioning whether Sasha was really "all in" and committed to her and their relationship. Sasha's dismissive attitude about packing his belongings worried Emily.
Emily wanted to see some emotion from Sasha, such as excitement or nervousness, but he appeared to be cool as a cucumber. Emily warned Sasha her mother didn't know everything about his past and so maybe he did have a reason to be nervous, especially since he was going to meet her family for the first time in America.
Sasha was so excited to travel to America. He knew he would miss his other children, but Sasha looked forward to becoming successful in the United States and opening up his own gym. Sasha also couldn't wait to swim in the Pacific Ocean.
Although Sasha's parents knew they were going to miss their son, they were thrilled for Sasha to start a better life in a new country and have more opportunities.
But Emily was overwhelmed with emotion. Not only did she have to travel with an infant, but Emily knew she'd have to find a new job as well as a place for her family to live in America. Emily also feared her family wouldn't accept Sasha or grow to love him.
Emily and Sasha then said goodbye to Sasha's parents at the airport. Emily thanked her soon-to-be in-laws for helping her with her son, and then Sasha suddenly broke down into tears as well.
Sasha hugged his parents in what turned out to be a very emotional moment, and his father whispered in his ear, "Everything will be fine. We all love you. You did all this. Everything is for a reason. It's not in vain, understand? You grab your luck and you hold it."
Sasha promised his parents that he wouldn't let them down, and then his father said, "We want you to live a good normal life. Not like we do here."
BLAKE AND JASMIN
Blake brought Jasmin to his mother and stepfather's place. Blake explained that once his parents moved into a home, he and Jasmin would be taking their apartment. However, Blake had no idea when that move was going to take place.
Jasmin hoped they wouldn't have to wait too long for some privacy, and she just hoped to get along with Blake's parents in the meantime.
Jasmin told Blake's mother Kerline she was still tired from traveling, and Kerline thought she was beautiful but quiet and a bit reserved. Once Jasmin saw the place, she thought it was a little small and she intended to do some redecorating.
Kerline and her husband then sat down with Blake and Jasmin to tell them there had been a misunderstanding and some miscommunication. Blake's parents said they weren't going to allow Blake and Jasmin to live together under the same roof given they're a conservative, Christian family.
Blake's stepfather insisted the situation had nothing to do with Jasmin personally and it just wasn't appropriate or acceptable for Blake and Jasmin to live together before marriage.
"This is how we do things, and you know that," Kerline told Blake and Jasmin.
Kerline told Blake that Jasmin could live with them but Blake had to live with his brother. Kerline didn't care if this news upset Blake, and neither did his stepfather.
Jasmin wished Blake's parents had told them this before they started to move in, but Kerline said she and her husband would probably be out of the apartment in a few months -- and by that point, Blake and Jasmin should be married.
Blake was more than welcome to come by as long as Kerline and her husband were home. Jasmin wished Blake had stood up for her more, but at the same time, she respected his parents' wishes.
Jasmin accused Blake of not having good communication with his parents. She wasn't happy Blake hadn't prepared better for her arrival, but Blake said Jasmin was the one who had insisted on coming earlier than originally planned.
The couple intended to "roll with the punches" although their situation wasn't ideal. Blake just didn't want Jasmin to leave him, but Jasmin told the cameras she would not spend 90 days sleeping alone -- regardless of what Blake's parents had said or demanded.
MICHAEL AND JULIANNA
Michael and Juliana found a wedding planner on short notice so they could get the ball rolling on their nuptials. At this point, Juliana had been living in the United States for about two months.
Juliana was so excited to get married, but time was ticking.
Michael told the wedding planner they'd like good food, good wine, some dancing and about a 40-person guest count. Michael and Juliana had to tell the wedding planner they had both been married once before.
Juliana apparently felt pressured to have an arranged marriage at age 19 that only lasted for one year. Juliana said didn't want to marry the man but felt obligated to do so in order to satisfy her religious family.
Juliana said her first marriage was "really bad." She and her ex-husband apparently signed papers to wed and then went to lunch, during which the man allegedly complained about how expensive the lunch happened to be.
Michael was quoted $50,000-$100,000 for a wedding at their new home by the wedding planner. Juliana couldn't believe how expensive the wedding was going to be.
Juliana expected only three people would be coming to their wedding from her side, but she was still happy. Juliana apparently didn't want her parents to see how wealthy she had become in America because they would expect a lot of financial help from Michael.
Juliana didn't want to feel guilty for having a fancy, opulent wedding when her parents might look at the flowers and think, "Those would be our groceries for a week." The couple struggled with how to enjoy their life together when Juliana's family was so poor back home.
"Where is the line at which you're able to indulge yourself a little bit and not feel guilty while you're still trying to help others who aren't as fortunate as you? I don't know," Michael told the cameras in a confessional.
Later on, Michael's ex-wife, Sarah Jessen, stopped by and told the couple she'd be willing to become ordained and officiate the wedding.
Michael thought it was a nice offer, but Juliana admitted she didn't want Sarah's face in the wedding photos. Juliana was a bit uncomfortable with how close Sarah and Michael still seemed to be, confessed she was also a little jealous in her heart.
Sarah then asked Michael if he and Juliana had a prenuptial agreement in place to ensure their children would be well taken care of financially in case something were to go wrong in their marriage.
Michael said he did want to have some prenuptial agreement for Max and Cece's sake, and he had to explain what a prenup means to Juliana.
Michael said he believed 100 percent in their relationship but needed to protect his assets at the same time in case divorce was to happen. Juliana didn't speak English well, so she felt a little lost and asked to speak with Michael about this later.
Juliana wanted to be aware of what was happening, and she wanted Michael to respect her opinion.
Sarah hoped she hadn't stirred the pot, but she wanted to make sure her children would be well taken care of.