’90 Day Fiancé’: Angela Says ‘Voodoo’ Is Responsible For Her Bad Luck With Michael

by Jeremy Spirogis
Angela Deem

53-year-old Angela Deem of Hazlehurst, Georgia, and 31-year-old Michael Ilesanmi of Lagos, Nigeria, have struggled on Season 7 of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé to discover a strategy to be collectively. The couple has been collectively for a number of years after assembly on-line, however their highway to dedication and love has been rocky. 

Most just lately, on the Dec. 29 episode of 90 Day Fiancé, “I Don’t Have a Choice,” Angela and Michael wrestled with the aftermath of Michael’s failed Ok-1 visa interview. While Angela hit the bottom weapons blazing, able to battle for her man to marry her within the U.S., Michael had a brand new plan in thoughts for the couple to lastly come collectively in the identical nation. 

Angela Deem
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Angela mentioned she was able to ‘fight like hell’ for Michael

As Angela and Michael’s section of “I Don’t Have a Choice” opened, Angela mirrored on the devastation and heartbreak she felt after discovering out Michael failed his Ok-1 visa interview. “I’m losing my mind right now. I’ve never seen Michael so upset,” she informed 90 Day Fiancé producers.

The grandmother of six appeared again at on a regular basis, cash, and energy they’d put into staying collectively. “We’ve been working so hard on this. It’s devastating to think this is the end of the road,” she lamented. 

She added that it was her “taxpaying right” to carry Michael to the U.S. if she might afford him. “Quit protecting people that don’t want to be protected. I protect myself,” she mentioned.

However, the TLC star mentioned she wasn’t happening with no battle. “I’m getting ready to fight like hell,” the 90 Day Fiancé star declared. 

The ‘90 Day Fiancé’ star’s lawyer suggested her to attraction

Angela headed to a go to along with her lawyer, Lew Tippett, to search out out extra concerning the subsequent steps within the Ok-1 visa course of…or if the couple had any hope in any respect to be collectively on American soil. 

Lew informed his consumer that Angela and Michael didn’t have to surrender simply but. He defined that the American embassy in Nigeria had beneficial a denial, however the deal wasn’t sealed. “We haven’t gotten an official denial yet,” he defined. “The denial is probably coming.”

Angela’s lawyer informed her they might attraction after an official denial with extra proof of their real relationship. Their prolonged phone conversations, for instance, might doubtlessly be of curiosity within the utility course of. However, it doesn’t matter what, Lew informed the 90 Day Fiancé star {that a} denial would possible add a minimal of six months to the method of bringing Michael to the U.S.

Angela was devastated as a result of she already had an engagement occasion in Nigeria for Michael’s mother. Now, she wished her personal mother to be concerned within the wedding ceremony within the United States. But if Michael’s visa was denied, they may need to have the marriage in Nigeria earlier than he might legally come to the U.S. “We can’t do the marriage in Nigeria because my mom’s sick,” she defined to TLC producers, heartbroken.

Michael’s lawyer had a special thought to carry the couple collectively

Michael additionally visited together with his personal lawyer in Nigeria. She had an altogether totally different thought of the state of affairs. In specific, she didn’t imagine an attraction from the 90 Day Fiancé couple could be of a lot use. 

“The chance of appealing his kind of application,” she defined, was very low, “because they hold the decision of the consulate officer in very high regard.”

Instead, Michael’s lawyer steered that Michael and Angela file for the Ok-Three visa. Under the Ok-Three visa, Michael and Angela would marry in Nigeria and use their authorized marriage in Nigeria as “proof” that they had been in a official relationship. Then, they might head to the U.S. collectively. 

“Then they have a stronger legal position,” Michael’s lawyer defined.

Angela mentioned dangerous luck was retaining them aside

Later within the episode, as she unexpectedly packed for an extended flight to Nigeria to go to Michael, Angela desperately looked for her misplaced passport. Her children and grandkids hunted for the paperwork, too, earlier than Angela discovered her passport in her suitcase. 

“I had already looked there. See, that’s the voodoo I’m talking about,” the 90 Day Fiancé star declared, holding up her passport. “I know y’all don’t believe me.” 

Angela’s household wasn’t so positive, however Angela defined to producers that she was satisfied “bad luck” or a curse was working to maintain her away from her fiance. “I believe there’s voodoo working against me and Michael,” she confessed as her household appeared on, skeptical, simply earlier than she headed out to the airport for an additional worldwide flight.

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