Tania was shown heading to the airport to pick up her love, and according to Syngin, the couple's journey on the TLC reality series is going to be a wild ride.
"You will see me go through some pretty rough -- not stuff -- but some pretty rough sh-t," Syngin toldEntertainment Tonight at a recent 90 Day Fiance mixer in Hollywood, CA.
"So, it's like a whole new and real experience for me. You know, taxes are high, that's all I'm saying."
Syngin said moving from South Africa to Connecticut was a huge adjustment, and his relationship with Tania apparently suffered.
"It got pretty dramatic," Syngin admitted shared. "It got so real that [there were] times almost questionable as to what I was doing in the States."
"What I mean by that is when you question whether this is the right decision to come here or not."
Syngin elaborated, "Like, you come -- you fly halfway across the world -- to figure out if the love will work, and whether you question it, I think, that will always be a possibility, but the questioning came up a quite a [bit], a couple of times."
Syngin also used the following words to describe 90 Day Fiance's seventh season: "Drama, passion, immaturity... and crazy sh-t."
A trailer for the new season already showed Tania and Syngin fighting over whether to sign a prenup when they marry within 90 days of his entry into America on a K-1 visa. Tania argued in favor of the prenup, while Syngin was totally against it.
"Who knows actually [if I sign the prenup]," Syngin teased. "We're going to find out more about that prenup."
He said of the upcoming episodes, "Watch out, be ready. It's going to be drama-filled, impact, action. It's all real, it's all legit, it's how we deal with 90 days to get married. It's such a short period. So yeah, it's going to be crazy."
Syngin, however, insisted he has no regrets about his time filming the reality series with Tania.
"There's nothing I would've done differently, maybe swear a little less," Syngin noted.
It was apparently Syngin's idea to star on90 Day Fiance to begin with. Syngin told ET that he used to watch the show with his mother in South Africa and introduced it to Tania.
"When I met Tania, I was like, 'Hey, watch these crazy people.' And now we're part of those crazy people," Syngin said, before claiming, however, he "did not come on the show for fame."
"We were debating whether to come on it, and she sent the email and boom. 'Hello, do you want to do it?' We were like, 'Oh sh-t.'"
In the seventh-season premiere of 90 Day Fiance, Tania, a bartender who's passionate about social politics and voting rights, said she was previously in a long relationship with a jealous man that was "toxic."
After six years of being single, Tania said she met a guy on a dating app and they apparently had an immediate connection.
The man was headed to South Africa shortly after the pair began communicating, and he spontaneously purchased her a ticket so that she could join him. Tania eventually discovered the man was not a good guy and so she left in the middle of the night after arriving in South Africa.
Tania still wanted to make the most out of her trip, so she went to a local bar and hit it off with the bartender named Syngin. They spent the night together after first meeting, and then Tania's trip to South Africa extended into a two-month stay before she returned to the United States.
Tania and Syngin continued their relationship long distance, and she said it was really hard. Tania therefore packed up her stuff and traveled back to South Africa.
The Latina said Syngin put her first and always made her feel comfortable, but she was the first "brown person" Syngin had ever been with.
Syngin apparently grew up in a culture that was "very racist," but she said he was open to learning and had proven he loved her for the right reasons.
After a couple more months, the pair expressed their love for each other. Tania then returned to America and applied for Syngin's K-1 visa. It was later approved, and she was anticipating her love's arrival.
Tania said she and Syngin would be moving into a shed behind her mother's home in Connecticut and a lot of work needed to be done to prepare for her man's arrival.
Syngin was excited to go to America for the first time and envisioned a land of opportunities, but Tania's mother expected Syngin to follow her rules. Tania's mother thought Syngin was funny and handsome, but she seemed a little wary of Syngin's motives and her daughter's relationship.
Tania admitted she's very spoiled, and so her mother told Tania she must be understanding and patient with Syngin.
Tania's sister also didn't want Tania to rush marriage and having children.
"I just think you're going to drive him away," Tania's sister said, adding, "I am kinder than you... I just don't think you should get married."
Tania insisted she communicated with Syngin a lot and her sister was not an expert on relationships, although she was happily married. Tania hoped Syngin would prove himself to everyone in her life.
The time then came for Tania to pick Syngin up at the airport, and she was beyond thrilled and excited to see him again. She couldn't wait to show Syngin New York and a new life.
Tania got all dolled up for her man and decorated their hotel room with rose petals. She even had "a sex corner" set up in the room for them.
Tania, however, was running late and got stuck in traffic, which increased her anxiety and nerves. She wanted to be there right when Syngin landed so they could have the most romantic reunion possible.