Has it been too long since 90 Day Fiance ended? Has it left a void in your life? Do you miss seeing awkward airport reunions? How about witnessing the immigrating partner’s disappointment in the “American dream”? Can’t get enough.
That’s why fans can mark their calendars. TLC announced a premiere for their new spinoff 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way. Only this amalgamation of international love on reality TV will have the American partner moving overseas to be with their one and only.
One of my favorite 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days couples has been Paul Staehle and Karine Staehle. Although their romance was turbulent and drama filled, there was something about the couple that made me root for them. Maybe it was just nice to see that two odd ducks were able to find each other in a world filled with less odd ducks. Fighting and making up via Google Translate, of course!
Paul and Karine faced many challenges to their relationship and eventual marriage. Paul’s criminal record. Financial problems. Immigration issues. Language barriers. And a heartbreaking miscarriage televised last season. Now, the couple has shared some good news-they have announced the birth of their first child.
Any fans of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days that enjoyed watching Paul Staehle and Karine Staehle segments will be very disappointed to hear that this couple won’t be returning to the show. Paul confirmed that TLC will no longer be involved in airing their bumbling Google translate conversations with the now deleted Instagram post, “even though we were not selected to advance on the show, we are very excited for this huge next step in our life as a new family.” The “huge step” was a confirmation document for Karine’s visa interview. This interview would be taking place at a U.S. embassy in Brazil closest to their residence on October 30th and, if she passes, Karine will be given a spousal visa to travel into the U.S. Once in the country, she will be able to apply for a Green Card. If she is able to travel before delivering, Paul and Karine’s baby will automatically have U.S. citizenship.
Paul has already left Brazil for the U.S. He posted a rambling monologue about flying his German Shepherds in from Brazil. Among some of the highlights of this odyssey include 3 connecting flights with series 500 kennels, dogs breaking out at security checkpoint in Miami, Paul left stranded in Chicago and having to spend over $700 on an Uber.