'90 Day Fiance' spoilers: Are Kara and Guillermo still together? Has the '90 Day Fiance' Season 9 couple split up? (SPOILERS)
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 05/15/2022
90 Day Fiance couple Kara Bass and Guillermo Rojer began fighting during Guillermo's first full day in America, so did the couple break up or eventually get married? And if the couple tied the knot, do 90 Day Fiancespoilers reveal that Kara and Guillermo are still together now?
[90 Day Fiance Spoilers: This report contains spoilers revealing if Kara and Guillermo split up or got married, and if the 90 Day Fiance couple is still together now.]
Kara is a 29-year-old balloon-garland maker from Charlottesville, VA, who previously worked as a dancer, singer, chef and more.
Guillermo had his interview with the K-1 visa within a month of Kara returning to the U.S., but then the coronavirus pandemic struck.
"What should have been a month has become a year," Kara explained. "It sucks."
But after a long time of waiting, Guillermo was finally approved for his visa, and so Kara couldn't wait for his arrival.
However, Guillermo had an expired Venezuelan passport, which he was told he could use only for visa purposes.
Kara therefore decided to fly with Guillermo so she could make sure the process went smoothly. She just wished he would take things a little more seriously.
The couple had an emotional reunion in the airport in the Dominican Republic, and she jumped up and down with happiness. Guillermo also brought her flowers and looked forward to meeting new people.
Guillermo was shown taking Kara to a nice dinner in the Dominican Republic before they planned to turn right around and go back to America the next day.
Guillermo anticipated moving to "paradise," where a person can buy anything he or she wants, including food. Guillermo said growing up in Venezuela, he sometimes didn't have access to food.
Guillermo's brother still considered Guillermo to be a young boy and called Kara "a sugar mommy," which she was actually okay with. Kara playfully called herself "a proud sugar mommy," but Guillermo insisted he wasn't in his relationship for a green card or permanent stay in the U.S.
Guillermo also got "pissed off" when his loved ones joked around about him being a toddler.
Kara couldn't help but laugh at the jokes, and Guillermo said he wished his fiancee would respect and stand up for him. Guillermo knew Kara would have to take care of him in America, both emotionally and financially, but at the same time, he wanted to be treated as a man.
Kara and Guillermo were then shown driving to the airport and getting on a plane. They hoped they would get through immigration easily and smoothly, but the pair were actually detained by immigration officers in customs for questioning.
Two hours later, Kara and Guillermo walked out of the airport hand-in-hand.
Guillermo was apparently asked if he had another passport by the immigration officer, but then the officer realized he was Venezuelan and didn't seem to care about the expired passport.
Kara was so excited that Guillermo had finally made it, but she worried about him fitting into her life and getting along with her friends in Virginia.
After Kara and Guillermo landed in America, Guillermo was shocked by the number of cars and houses around them, and he thought the farms in Virginia were beautiful.
The next day, Kara joked about how she and Guillermo had broken in the new bed and enjoyed each other. Guillermo also loved his hot shower in the morning because he didn't have hot water in the last house where he was living.
Guillermo then began unpacking his belongings, and Guillermo said he needed to buy a new computer.
Kara, however, didn't think Guillermo needed a computer, and she thought such a purchase would be expensive since they were on a tight budget. They had about $6,000 saved, and Kara -- who was starting out her new real estate career -- didn't think buying a laptop was a smart way to spend their money upfront.
The conversation escalated into an argument because Guillermo felt controlled and yelled at like a child, and Kara was disappointed in Guillermo's behavior and poor decision-making.
"We need to get you things that you need right now, not want... A computer doesn't make any sense right now because we don't need it, and you don't need it," Kara said.