90 Day Fiancé season 8 star Julia Trubkina shares that her visa is currently expired, and she and husband Brandon Gibbs don’t know what will happen.
90 Day Fiancé star Julia Trubkina recently revealed that she has been staying in the U.S. with an expired visa. Fans have been following Julia’s journey of trying to obtain a green card to stay in the U.S. since her and husband Brandon Gibbs were featured in 90 Day Fiancé season 8. Since then, the couple have bought their first home and are building a life together.
90 Day Fiancé’s Julia Trubkina has been cryptic about her Green Card status for a while, ever since it came out that she was missing important documents. It seems her latest update doesn’t bring much better news. On Instagram, Julia wrote, “Questions about my status often come to me. Answer my visa expired in December 2022. We don’t know anything. We sent all the documents that we had.”
Julia recently sent documents to receive a 10-year Green Card, but with a wait time of four years for an extension, it could take a while for her documents to be approved. Julia’s best course of action would be to apply for citizenship or reach out to an immigration lawyer, but it is still unclear what the Russian 90 Day Fiancé star’s next steps will be, especially with how hard it is to obtain a Green Card in the U.S.
Will Julia’s Uncertain Immigration Status Hurt The 90 Day Fiancé Couple
Julia and Brandon were a fan favorite couple on 90 Day Fiancé season 8. It seemed despite issues with Brandon’s parents and the unexpected hardships that came with working on a farm, the couple were still going strong and planning to extend Julia’s visa, so she could marry Brandon and stay in the U.S. However, everything changed when she got a letter in the mail regarding her immigration status. While she didn’t share what the contents of the letter said, it seems she was discouraged and angry about what its message because soon after, Julia posted some confusing and cryptic social media content.
It seems the future is now uncertain for the fan-favorite 90 Day Fiancé couple. If it turns out Julia cannot stay in the U.S., Brandon might have to decide if he wants to uproot to Russia. Julia was also in the middle of trying to move her family down from Russia, a process that will probably have to be on hold. Julia has been fighting for citizenship for a while now, and it seems like she keeps running into hurdles. However, while Julia’s immigration status has brought a lot of stress into their marriage, Julia and Brandon’s ability to survive this season of uncertainty has shown that their marriage is strong enough to withstand hardships, a telling sign of a healthy, loving marriage.
It would be a shame to see Julia face deportation. Since their debut on 90 Day Fiancé, Brandon and Julia were a hit with viewers, and on social media Julia has received many comments from followers offering advice on how obtain the necessary documents in order to stay in the U.S. Only time will tell what Julia and Brandon’s future will look like.
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