Life is rarely as exciting as in reality TV. After all, nobody wants to spend hours watching people hand in paperwork. But for the couples starring and inspiring in TLC's out of control garbage cans, 90 Day Fiancé, beat Americans trying to marry foreigners, which often happens behind the scenes, so their relationships in can flourish the US [19659002NehmenwirzumBeispielRachelHechtmanundGiuseppeRussobeide29SielerntensichtatsächlichinNewYorkCitykennenEinlustigerTeilihrerGeschichtemitderRacheloftdenUrsprungihrerBeziehungbeschreibt"MeinebesteFreundinundichmachtenimJuni2016einetolleMädchenreisenachItalien"sagtsie"WirhabenallesfüreinenTundTindered(natürlichnurfürtouristischeZwecke)geplantentlangderAmalfiküstebeginnendinNeapelundendendinCapri"
Rachel and her friends met a man named Fabrizio on their second away last night in Capri. After some drunken ̵
When she returned to America, Fabrizio suggested that she meet with his friend Giuseppe, who also visits him from Capri. Immediate chemistry followed: they went to a club, kissed (although Giuseppe Fabrizio had promised he would not meet Rachel), and spent the next three weeks in an inseparable romance that ended with a declaration of love from both.
"I quit my job a week ago, so we had all the time in the world to meet, experience adventures, and finally fall in love," says Rachel. Except, "he was here on a tourist." Visa and had to return to Italy at the end of July. "
Instead of separating, Rachel put everything on the line and followed Giuseppe to Capri, where she stayed in his parents' house," homemade gnocchi and see how he grew up. "Shortly thereafter, they decided to make the romance official and became engaged.
And that's where their story gets complicated." When we applied for a K-1 visa for the first time, Obama was in office and things were very different, "Rachel adds, referring to the so-called fiancé visa, which allows oreigner to spend 90 days in the They have to marry or leave their partner (that's when the TLC show gets their name). "Our lawyer said it would take at least nine months to approve, and we were angry but tried to be patient
Despite the lawyer's assessment, it took nearly four months for the Giuseppe case to be approved, and Rachel and her lawyer attribute their fortune to the Obama administration and the contrast between the treatment of immigrants and President Trump. Apart from the anti-immigration rhetoric, it is difficult to pin down the exact changes in the K-1 visa process. "The Trump administration has continued the enforcement efforts of the Obama administration in many ways," says Ingrid V. Eagly. 19459006), law professor at UCLA. "However, many of these practices have become even more intense and rigorous under Trump."
Rachel and Giuseppe's story was so convincing that she was hounded by some  90-day fiancee producers before she was traded a few months earlier, eventually declining her. An avid fan of the show, Rachel sees many of the same difficulties and troubles they've been through watching her.
" 90DF actually gets a lot of stress and drama," she says. "One thing they misunderstand is the focus on the green card. This process has so much more to offer: getting a job, leaving the country as soon as you are here opening a bank account . Such things are not really mentioned or shown.
Rachel also thinks 90 Day Fiancé is very much involved with the stereotype of foreigners who want to come to the US "Giuseppe asked me to move to Australia. where he used to live. It was I who had suggested to him. It was I who asked him to move into my little apartment together with two other flatmates. It was I who initiated this process … not him.