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 second episode of 90 Day Fiance's seventh season starred Tania, a 29-year-old from Colchester, Connecticut, and Syngin, a 29-year-old from Cape Town, South Africa; Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic; Michael, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil; Emily Larina, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha Larin, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia; and Anna, a 38-year-old from Bellevue, Nebraska, and Mursel, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey.
90 Day Fiance viewers have yet to be introduced to Blake Abelard, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, California, and Jasmin Lahtinen, a 27-year-old from Finland, as well as Mike, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie, a 35-year-old from Ukraine.
Angela Deem, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael Ilesanmi, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria, will also be featured this season.
Below is the latest on each couple currently starring on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance:
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Tania was 10 minutes late and stuck in traffic on her way to pick Syngin up at the airport. She was nearly having an anxiety attack because she wanted their reunion to be perfect, but suddenly, she received a text from Syngin calling her his "dream girl."
Tania showed up at the airport all dressed up with two of her close friends. She put rose petals on the ground around her and awaited her love with excitement and energy.
Tania's friends hoped they'd see Syngin the way Tania saw him because they were well aware she was going to rush getting married within 90 days.
Tania ended up being on time because Syngin had messaged her when he was still on the plane, but as she stood in the airport, a maintenance man attempted to clean up the rose petals -- and Tania was furious.
When Syngin caught eyes with Tania, she broke down into tears and then he ran up to her and embraced her tightly. The South Africa native said he didn't know what to expect, especially since he originally thought his night with Tania was just going to be a one-night stand.
Tania was overwhelmed with emotion, and both she and Syngin couldn't have been happier he was finally in America. They had 90 days to figure out whether their "future will survive," according to Syngin.
Once Tania and Syngin arrived at the hotel, they spent some time alone and Syngin clearly appreciated the roses and everything Tania had set up for him. Syngin was enthusiastic, loud and outgoing, so Tania's friends predicted he would get on Tania's nerves.
Syngin had only seen the United States on the television and in the news, so he was beyond thrilled to see New York in person. Tania had even made a huge sign for him, welcoming him to America and thanking him for moving.
Syngin was overwhelmed in the best way possible, and Tania had planned a beautiful day for them both.
Syngin, however, wished he had more than 90 days to get to know Tania before getting married. Syngin needed to discover whether he and Tania were really meant to be and would work as a couple.
MICHAEL AND JULIANNA
Juliana had her visa interview the following week, and Michael hoped this would be the last step before she'd join him in America. They went through a "long and trying process" together, so Michael decided to pick out a nice piece of jewelry for Juliana to welcome her into the United States.
Michael called himself "a very sentimental person" and Juliana "modest," so he wanted to spoil her with affection. He hoped she would be happy to be in America and this would be a great way to kick off her stay.
Michael ended up designing a custom necklace for $4,000 complete with yellow gold, a ruby, a sapphire, an emerald and more. Michael wanted to tie in the colors of the Brazilian and American flags.
Michael admitted to the cameras he had no idea how much money he had spent on Juliana throughout the years. When a producer asked if the amount was around $150,000, Michael refused to comment.
While Michael was in the jewelry store, Juliana called him on the phone because she was having trouble with one of his credit cards. Apparently, it was maxed out.
Michael said he wanted to take care of Juliana and ensure she'd have groceries and such, but he said sometimes her judgment with spending was "questionable" and she had even just purchased a car on his credit card.
Juliana said buying a car was "unexpected" and didn't really make sense because she was about to move to the United States in a few weeks. He wanted Juliana to "respect the value of things and the value of working hard."
"These things have their limits," Michael noted.
"Apparently not," said the man behind the counter at the jewelry store with a laugh.
The day before Juliana's interview in Rio de Janeiro for the K-1 visa, Michael boarded an overnight flight so he could be there for and support his future wife. Michael said he loved everything about Juliana in that she's beautiful, funny, smart, and thoughtful.
When the pair reunited in a hotel room, Juliana gushed about how much she missed Michael. They had spent one month apart, and Juliana was so happy to have her best friend by her side again.
Juliana was feeling "nervous" for her interview because she wanted everything to be okay. Juliana asked Michael not to give up on her, even if they'd have to spend more time apart. She tried to remain positive, however, she'd soon work and live in the United States.
When it became time for Juliana's interview, Michael was very nervous she may be denied for a K-1 visa.
Michael said she was in a "high-risk" category considering she's young and from a poor part of Brazil. Juliana also had a lot of stamps in her passport, and so there would be concern her desire to come to America would be so she can be involved in "illicit activities."
Juliana hoped Michael would no longer have to pay to fly to see her every month, and both individuals were hoping for the best. However, cameras were not permitted inside the consulate.
After the interview, Juliana said it was "bad" and they had insulted her.
"They just asked stupid questions. They asked me if I had been working as a prostitute the last 10 years," Juliana revealed in a confessional.
Michael didn't think it was right for Juliana to be asked that question, and he confirmed, "No, she's not a prostitute!" Michael said it's normal for young models to travel the world and party with wealthy people.
"I'm a model and I'm professional, so of course I've been to many countries," Juliana told the cameras.
Michael called it "ridiculous" and planned to consult with his lawyer over that "upsetting" interview.
"What does that make me? A pimp?... I don't need to [pay for sex]," Michael vented to Juliana, before she called the process "a nightmare."
Michael said he had been extremely naive with women his whole life and had his fair share of heartbreak, but he didn't feel like he was marrying someone he didn't know.
Michael needed a police-clearance document to show Juliana had no criminal history, so that seemed to be the last roadblock standing in their way of obtaining a K-1 visa.
However, Juliana had already been denied two tourist visas to come to the United States, so he was thinking there would be a 50/50 chance of her K-1 visa being accepted.
Michael and Juliana needed to discuss what would happen if she was denied a K-1 visa. He said they had been living in a fantasy land and needed to do some real soul-searching in order to make some tough decisions. Michael couldn't move to Brazil because of his kids Max and Cece.
Juliana said they might have to move to Brazil or London, but she realized it might be impossible because Michael wouldn't give up his children for basically a stranger whom he had met two years earlier.
Juliana's worst fear was Michael giving up on her and their relationship. She wasn't sure how important she really was to Michael, and the idea of him leaving her made her burst into tears.
Michael began to question whether there was something in Juliana's history he didn't know about that would make him be wary of their relationship and future together.
ANNA AND MURSEL
Anna stayed the night with Mursel in a hotel, and she called their first night together in America "great."
While driving through Nebraska, Mursel told the cameras all he could see was farmland and so he missed Turkey. Mursel loved Turkish music, and when he heard some in the car, he broke out into dance.
Anna joked Mursel would probably embarrass her at times but she'd have to deal with that since he was her future husband.
Mursel was about to meet Anna's three boys, and she wasn't sure how he was going to react to them. Anna hoped for the best since they'd all be living together, but she wasn't sure how this meeting was going to go.
Mursel feared the boys would hate him right away. When Mursel met them, he tried to hug the boys, but the eldest son Joey felt a little awkward and backed away. Mursel also had trouble communicating with Anna's sons. Luckily, Mursel knew the words "pizza" and "good."
Mursel didn't end up liking American pizza, and Gino didn't think he liked the house their either.
Mursel made it clear he preferred Turkish things over American, and Joey wasn't looking forward to getting to know him. Joey did not accept the idea of Mursel becoming their new father in one day, and he told Mursel not to make any rules for them.
Mursel's meeting with Anna's sons "didn't go well," according to Anna, and then he had to meet her mother, Charlene, at a restaurant. Anna expected her mother to be blunt and a bit harsh with Mursel.
Charlene was most concerned about the fact Anna is Catholic and Mursel is a conservative Muslim, who doesn't even drink. Anna was definitely a social drinker, so she was well aware that could present issues for them. However, she ordered a water at lunch.
Charlene also worried Anna would have to do and say everything Mursel wanted since he'd view himself as the head of her household. Charlene asked Mursel not to stone Anna, but Mursel didn't know what she was talking about.
"How does Mursel's family feel about your kids?" Charlene asked.
"They don't know about them... because Mursel does not want to tell his family," Anna replied.
Mursel explained he loved Anna so much but his family would hinder their love. Mursel said people in Turkey find it odd and "wrong" for a woman to not be married when she has children. Mursel also said it's not acceptable for a man to marry a woman with children already.
Anna told Charlene and Gino that Mursel would be expelled from his family if they found out she has kids, which is why he's moving to America.
"He wanted me to go to Turkey and live with him in Turkey, but I said I wasn't going to leave the boys. So he had no other choice but to come here," Anna said.
Charlene asked what kind of man would ask a woman to move to a different country and leave her children behind. It was upsetting for Anna to have this conversation in front of Gino, because she'd never want her kids to think she was choosing a man over them.
Anna, however, admitted her mother had made good points. But she believed Mursel was going to choose her over her family.
"I believe him. I believe he will [choose me]," Anna insisted.
Charlene didn't have that trust in Mursel, and so she warned her daughter Mursel might wake up one morning and leave her.
"Are you going to go back if your family finds out?" Anna asked Mursel.
"Maybe, Anna," Mursel admitted, which prompted Anna to break down into tears.
ROBERT AND ANNY
Anny was set to arrive in America, and so Robert decided to have drinks with his good friend of four years, Juan.
Robert's friend, originally from the Dominican Republic like Anny, alleged to the cameras that Dominican girls are "all about the dollar signs," and so he was worried for his Robert.
Juan questioned Anny's intentions and thought Anny coming to the United States was a really bad idea.
Juan told Robert not to send Anny any money, but Robert admitted he had sent money -- but only because Anny didn't ask for her. However, Robert acknowledged Anny wanted to have an iphone once she came to America.
"From what I see bro, it's not worth it... Those girls from the DR man right now. They can play the game. They can play the game, good until they get that Green Card. Once they get that Green Card, it's a done deal," Juan said.
Robert said Juan had never met Anny and he didn't know her, but Juan said she could get what she wanted from Robert. But Robert also only knew Anny for one day before proposing marriage to her.
Juan warned Robert that once the 90 days were up and Anny could remain in the U.S., she would leave him and bounce on him. Juan revealed to Robert it had happened once before to another friend of his.
Juan didn't want Anny to break Robert's heart, but he replied, "You live and learn -- and crash and burn." Robert told the cameras he was going to live his life "and do me," and he told Robert that Anny would prove him wrong.
When Anny was flying from the Dominican Republic to Orlando, FL, so they could begin their 90 days together, he decorated his house with welcome signs -- and his son Bryson helped every step of the way.
Robert said Bryson wasn't used to being around a strong woman but that was about to change with Anny's arrival. Robert absolutely couldn't wait to see his girl, and Bryson said he loved Anny.
While waiting at the airport, Bryson had a little temper tantrum, but the pair reunited at last. Robert gave Anny a bouquet of flowers, and the beauty from Santiago immediately embraced Bryson as her new son.
Anny said she looked forward to having a big family with Robert, and she called herself a hard working, lovely and family-oriented woman.
Anny had no family in Florida, and so Robert planned to give her all of his time and energy. Robert said it was his job to make her happy, especially since she had left her loved ones behind in the Dominican Republic.
Anny, however, was excited to be in America, and she had dreamed of what it would be like to live there.
Since Bryson didn't have a bed of his own yet, Robert and Anny needed to share their bed with his son their first night together. Anny was a little disappointed because she wanted to have sex with her man, but she appreciated all that Robert was doing for her.
When Robert and Anny were trying to enjoy beers together, Bryson begged for Anny to snuggle with him in bed. Anny called Bryson a "beautiful baby" but she joked about how he never seemed to get tired.
Bryson was crawling all over Anny and trying to play with her.
EMILY AND SASHA
Emily and Sasha met up with Sasha's first ex-wife, Masha, at a restaurant when Emily was nine months pregnant. She knew the baby could come at any time.
Sasha apparently married Masha when he was 22 years old and they welcomed a son named Daniel together. Emily said their relationship was "doomed to fail," and Sasha claimed she was "a difficult" and "crazy" person.
After the divorce, Sasha met his second wife a few years later and they had also had a son.
Sasha said everything was okay in the beginning, but when he became more muscular due to landing a job in fitness, the wife was no longer attracted to him. Sasha therefore divorced her and began looking for someone else.
Emily wanted to meet Masha so they could have a good relationship and Masha would trust her with Daniel. Emily was hoping Daniel would be able to visit her in the United States once she and Sasha were living there together.
Masha alleged to the cameras that Sasha left her for another woman.
"We were married for a year and got divorced because he met his second wife. She got pregnant, and he came to me and said, 'I want a divorce,'" Masha claimed.
Emily told Masha that she wanted them to have a good relationship so Daniel could visit the United States in the future, but Masha asked Emily why not just stay in Russia since the "woman should follow the man," and not the other way around.
Emily explained it was Sasha's decision and he ultimately wanted to move to America. Masha told Sasha he wasn't thinking about his other two children if he was willing to leave the country.
Emily promised Masha that she would care for Daniel and make sure he's safe but she wouldn't try to take her place as his mother. Masha couldn't believe what she was hearing, telling the cameras that men only think about themselves.
After a long and exhausting conversation, Masha said Daniel would be able to visit Emily and Sasha in America as long as that's what Daniel wants to do. Masha basically said it would be Daniel's decision to make as he grows and gets older.
Masha said Sasha's second wife was good, nice and calm, but since he still left her for Emily, it's a possibility he could leave Emily as well for another woman. Masha thought Emily was just Sasha's ticket or "excuse" to move to America.