90 Day Fiance's seventh season featured Americans and their foreign fiances looking to wed within 90 days in the United States or else the American individuals had to risk losing love and watching their significant others return to their home countries.
The finale episode of 90 Day Fiance featured Anna, a 38-year-old from Bellevue, Nebraska, and Mursel, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey; Mike, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie, a 35-year-old from Kyiv, Ukraine; and Michael, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil.
The following couples were also featured in the episode: Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic; 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 Angela Deem, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael Ilesanmi, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria.
Emily Larina, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha Larin, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia, however, did not make an appearance since they had tied the knot in the penultimate broadcast.
Below is the latest on each couple starring on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance based on the finale:
ANNA AND MURSEL
There were only seven hours left on Mursel's K-1 visa, and so he was rushing over to the United States from Turkey so he and Anna could wed just in time, before midnight that same day.
Anna's sons Gino and Leo headed to the wedding with her, but her eldest son Joey decided to skip out on his mother's nuptials. Anna's mother Charlene was therefore watching Joey that day.
Once Mursel's plane landed, he and Anna would only have six hours to marry. Anna therefore hoped everything was going to go smoothly because there would be "no room left for error" or delays.
Anna was planning at 8PM ceremony in Nebraska, which allowed her enough time to get dressed. Anna vented about how she had so much to do in such a short period of time.
Anna was "freaking out" on the inside while waiting for Anna at the airport, but she attempted to remain optimistic. Once Mursel arrived, he and Anna were all smiles -- and both Gino and Leo appeared joyful as well. The two boys were excited about the wedding because they noted Anna wasn't happy without Mursel around.
Anna and Mursel hugged and kissed when they reunited in Omaha, and Mursel called it "an emotional moment."
By the time Anna and Mursel arrived back at her house, they only had two hours left until the wedding and Mursel only had four hours left on his K-1 visa.
Anna taught Mursel how to steam his dress shirt as she and a couple of friends decorated her backyard with yellow flowers for the wedding. Anna was so glad she had friends who were willing to help.
Anna was excited but "really stressed out" over time.
Mursel was sad his family wasn't able to attend his wedding, so he was a bit emotional.
With three hours left on Mursel's visa, Anna was all dolled up in her wedding dress with her hair and makeup done, and she was finally ready to walk down the aisle.
Anna hoped Joey and her mother would show up at the wedding last minute, but she didn't know what to expect.
Suddenly, Mursel asked Anna if he could tie a red ribbon around her dress since it would be the first time she's getting married. It was a Turkish tradition, and Mursel smiled huge when he saw Anna for the first time in her lace wedding gown.
Anna and Mursel's wedding then commenced when only two hours were left on Mursel's visa. Anna was so thankful to her friends for setting up the backyard, but a part of her was upset they couldn't have the big wedding she had planned.
Since Joey didn't want to walk Anna down the aisle, Leo and Gino both offered to give her away, which made Anna really happy.
When Anna walked down the aisle, Mursel told the cameras, "I saw Anna as the prettiest woman in the world."
The pair then became man and wife just in time, and Anna couldn't believe they had overcome so many obstacles together -- including the language barrier, drama with Mursel's parents, and Mursel trying to get along with her sons.
Anna and Mursel were both optimistic they'd have a long, loving and lasting marriage. Leo even sweetly gave a speech, saying he hoped his mother and Mursel would be together "forever."
The backyard wedding reception included cake and champagne, and Anna was just so happy she got to marry the love of her life.
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Tania and Syngin had 12 days left to wed, and Syngin admitted he had been very sad, stressed out and depressed because Tania had admitted he wasn't her soul mate. Tania believed her first love was her soul mate, but she had explained to Syngin she truly loved him and wanted to be with him.
Syngin wished he and Tania had more time to talk and figure things out.
"I don't even really know what I'm doing here right now," Syngin told Tania of being in America. "I feel bad."
Tania apologized for making Syngin feel that way but said it felt good to finally let him know the truth.
Tania said she didn't even know how having a soul mate worked and maybe a person can have two or three soul mates in a lifetime, but Syngin admitted feeling like they were "meant to be" as a couple got him through difficult times.
Syngin was worried whether he and Tania were "compatible," and Tania understood she needed to give her man time to heal. However, she told the cameras she was so sure in their love, future and relationship.
"I don't want there to be questions that there just shouldn't be questions about," Tania told the cameras.
Tania insisted she and Syngin were meant to find each other, as they met at a random bar when she was across the ocean and felt the impulse to go inside. Tania said she wanted children and to explore life with Syngin, adding that the soul mate discussion never changed a thing for her.
Syngin came to accept he and Tania simply viewed being soul mates differently, and so he noted he still wanted to marry Tania.
The couple had a lot of things to work on before and after getting married, but they were both willing to figure things out together.
It then became time for Tania and Syngin's wedding in Connecticut. They had rented an Air BnB with a beautiful backyard, but both individuals were behind on their vows.
Since the celebration was not being catered, they had a lot of work to do.
Chairs, tables, candles and flowers had to be put in place, and the couple also had to get ready for a barbecue. Some friends volunteered to help set up, but Tania and Syngin were feeling stressed a couple of hours before the wedding.
When people were arriving, Tania wasn't even showered yet -- never mind having her makeup and hair done.
Tania was "extremely happy" with the end result, but she had to rush to get ready.
Since Tania loves "breaking boundaries," she decided to wear a black lace wedding dress over pink satin instead of wearing a traditional white gown. She felt beautiful in the dress, which had a bit of tulle around the waist to make it seem like more of a ballgown.
Syngin was admittedly nervous about taking such a big step in life, but he appeared thrilled at the sight of Tania walking down the aisle.
Tania "looked absolutely stunning," according to Syngin, who couldn't believe how "gorgeous" she looked. Syngin got emotional and cried, saying the wedding felt like "a very surreal moment."
Syngin's family FaceTimed the couple on a laptop so they could watch the wedding.
In his handwritten vows, Syngin told Tania that he always knew she was going to be more than just a one-night stand to him when they met in South Africa. Syngin told Tania that he loved her and she brought the best out of him. Syngin promised to love and respect her for as long as possible.
In reply, Tania promised to call Syngin as often as possible when drunk and tell him how much she loves him. Tania vowed to be patient, to be softer and let him in more, and to continue to break down the walls she had built up throughout her life.
The pair symbolically connected their love through matching tattoos instead of rings! Syngin seemed terrified because it was going to be his first tattoo.
Tania and Syngin both had the Sagittarius symbol tattooed on their left hand's ring finger to represent travel and the power of their relationship.
After getting the tattoos in front of their family and friends, Tania and Syngin became man and wife and shared a big kiss at the altar. Tania's mother said she couldn't have asked for a better man to marry her daughter.
Tania was so happy to start a life with Syngin, and she couldn't wait to see where they'd go from there.
"It's completely insane to ever think meeting that girl and her sliding her number to me would lead to all of this," Syngin said in a confessional. "We did it! I love you... babe."
BLAKE AND JASMIN
It became time for Blake and Jasmin's wedding day, and Jasmin said she was feeling "excited." Jasmin had never been to a wedding in her life, so she didn't know what to expect.
Blake said it felt good to be marrying the woman of his dreams, and he kicked off the day by bringing Jasmin a bouquet of flowers to walk down the aisle with. Blake wanted the day to be absolutely perfect.
Jasmin never bought a big, fancy wedding dress given their ceremony was going to be small and intimate. Blake wished all his loved ones could have attended their big day, but Jasmin preferred just their parents being present.
The couple compromised somewhere in the middle, meaning Blake was able to invite his friends and some other loved ones to his wedding. Blake's friends seemed concerned about Blake's choice of bride, but they chose to support him anyway.
Blake's mother Kerline was also not okay with the fact Jasmin didn't want to work and hold down a job while in the United States. Kerline didn't want her son to struggle financially given Los Angeles, CA, is a very expensive place to live.
Jasmin and Blake then tied the knot in a park, and Blake cried after exchanging vows with his new wife.
Blake's friend Rita finally noticed the sincere connection between Blake and Jasmin, and Jasmin's parents said they were happy about the marriage but hoped the newlyweds could blend their different lifestyles, cultures and customs.
ROBERT AND ANNY
Anny was shown driving up to the Chapel of Love on her wedding day with her hair all curled into an updo. Anny was excited and had her friend do her hair and makeup, but she wished her family would be present for her big day.
Anny didn't want Bryson's grandparents Ben and Stephanie to attend her wedding, but it seemed she wasn't going to let anything ruin her special day.
Robert, however, was still nervous and concerned about marrying a woman whom he had only spent one day with in the Dominican Republic before proposing marriage. He didn't have much time to get to know Anny in the United States, and the people in Robert's life questioned her intentions and motives.
"The reality is really hitting me," Robert told the cameras.
Both individuals were crying and it was a very sweet moment. Anny worried for a second Robert was going to leave her, but she said the moment turned out to be very special -- one she would never forget.
Anny and Robert then exchanged vows and made a commitment before some of their family and friends. The pair expressed their love for one another after sharing a kiss, and Robert gushed about being "happy and excited."
"I'm loving this moment!" Robert gushed.
Anny then revealed Robert wanted 10 children but she only wanted five. Robert said he absolutely didn't want to have an NBA team of kids, and Anny laughed.
MIKE AND NATALIE
Mike had been back in the United States for about a week and was going through a lot of emotions given his relationship with Natalie was on the rocks. Mike acknowledged this was the longest he had ever gone without speaking to Natalie.
Mike therefore FaceTimed with Natalie in search of some answers or explanation.
Mike said he had been thinking about how he didn't leave Ukraine on good terms with Natalie, but Natalie had nothing to say. Mike asked Natalie if she still loved him, but she demanded he answer that question instead.
"I've always loved you, Natalie, but right now, I don't know. You kind of cut me deep," Mike told her.
Natalie asked what she had done to upset him, and Mike reminded her that she had returned her engagement ring and couldn't tell the producers that she loved him.
"I think you cut me really deep. I have my view and it's different from yours," Natalie said, likely referring to her belief in God and desire to have children right away.
"I did nothing bad to you -- nothing... I gave you the ring, I had my reasons. And you know. Many moments that happened [off camera]. When they asked me if I love you, before that, a few things happened, if you forgot. And I discussed it with you why I didn't respond."
Natalie said instead of treating her like an equal, Mike pushed her away. Natalie said she had been nothing but good to Mike and on his side.
Natalie needed Mike to be stronger and more responsible, but Mike argued he was "beyond responsible" at that time and he needed her to be more serious.
Natalie accused Mike of pretending to be such a great guy and she was tired of the drama. Natalie said it was hard to rely on Mike and she didn't trust him. She feared moving to America for him.
A producer then asked Mike why Natalie suddenly seemed to have trust issues, asking what had happened when cameras were turned off. Mike, however, said he had no idea what was going through Natalie's head.
The conversation didn't get the couple anywhere, so Mike hung up the phone and said he wasn't going to do this anymore.
"I really don't care... F-ck this relationship," Mike told the cameras.
ANGELA AND MICHAEL
Angela had opened her mind about getting married in Nigeria, so Michael drove her to the marriage registry so she could find out more information. Angela wasn't 100 percent sold on the idea, but she did agree to check things out.
Angela admitted to a supervisor she was "nervous," but Michael had debriefed her.
Michael said if Angela agreed to register at the marriage registry, they could wed during her next trip to Nigeria and then he could apply for the spousal visa and hopefully move to the United States.
Angela learned obtaining a spousal visa would be the best way to get Michael over to America, and so she finally agreed to register.
"Honestly, I've had my mind set on getting married in the United States, but... hearing the register say that getting married in Nigeria is the best route for Michael and I to be together, it's not what I want, but time is not on our side right now with this K-1 visa denial," Angela told the cameras.
Michael thanked Angela for agreeing to marry in Nigeria, but then she learned she needed a witness at the wedding to make it official. Angela admitted no one would be able to travel to Nigeria with her.
"The compromise me and Michael have come to is plan the wedding here in Nigeria, but if the K-1 letter comes in and it's good news from our lawyer, the Nigerian wedding is off and we're getting married in America," Angela explained.
"We're going to do it either way."
It then became time for Angela to leave Nigeria, and she was so sad to once again be going home alone.
Angela dreaded telling her family she'd probably have to get married in Nigeria, but she was desperate to be with Michael and seemed willing to do whatever it takes.
Angela, however, didn't see herself finding an American witness for the wedding, so she still feared the wedding may not happen and be valid.
Angela was particularly upset leaving Michael this time, because she felt everyone was trying to get in the way of their love. But at the airport, Michael gifted Angela a gold necklace that read "Michael" on it, and he promised to wear a gold necklace that read "Angela" on it.
Angela thought Michael's gesture was so sweet, and she kissed and hugged him goodbye at the airport.
"How can anybody think our love is not real? Nobody goes through this much damn sh-t if it's not real," Angela said in a confessional.
"I don't care what we go through or what we're going to go through in the future. I know Michael and I always find a way back to each other. Michael, get ready, you're coming to America."
Michael hoped to get married in Nigeria rather than waiting for the K-1 visa to come through. Michael just hoped Angela's family would be supportive, because if they didn't marry in his home country, it might be the end of them as a couple.
MICHAEL AND JULIANA
Michael's heart was still fluttering after his wedding, saying he was feeling so much energy and positive emotion. Michael said he wouldn't have changed a thing about his big day.
Michael then met with his ex-wife Sarah Jessen and thanked her for officiating his "beautiful" and "perfect" wedding.
The couple had a happy conversation, but then Sarah asked Michael whether he had decided to go through with a prenuptial agreement, and Michael admitted he had decided against it because it was "a horrible experience" and Juliana was "so upset."
Michael said he believed in his marriage and love, and he didn't want to live his life with a contract and "dark cloud" over his union with Juliana.
Sarah told the cameras she wasn't surprised by Juliana's response because Juliana probably thought she could rely on Michael upon her move to the United States.
Sarah just worried the money Michael had set aside for their children would not be protected in the case of divorce, but Michael promised his ex-wife Max and Cece were going to be just fine no matter what.
Sarah therefore determined she must trust Michael would take care of his family and do the right thing.