Julia Trubkina has more things to worry about apart from being electrocuted by electric fences. The 90 Day Fiancé star might be sent back to Russia.
Russian 90 Day Fiancé star Julia Trubkina shared alarming news that she could be deported soon. Virginia man Brandon got married to Julia from Russia in 90 Day Fiancé season 8. The couple faced many challenges during Julia’s K-1 visa stay in Dinwiddie, Virginia, where Brandon was staying with his parents on their farm. Julia didn’t expect to wake up early or tend to farm animals or have Brandon’s mother make them sleep in different bedrooms. When life gave her a chance to move to Richmond, Julia did so immediately, but it hasn’t exactly been smooth sailing for the pair, thanks to their immature decisions.
In a recent episode of 90 Day Diaries, Julia and Brandon planned to move to Ocala, Florida to work as house painters. Brandon’s parents Ron and Betty Gibbs were disappointed by the news, but on a recent episode, the young couple informed them they were moving to Virginia Beach instead. Brandon, who was supposed to quit his pest control job, got a promotion from his boss instead. 90 Day Fiancé star Brandon seemed happy with his supervising job, but Julia was bummed about staying in Virginia, where she’s been for almost two and a half years. However, in real-time, Julia revealed she and Brandon are now going through some major issues. Julia made an Instagram post about how their plans are collapsing and that her Green Card is going to expire.
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Julia said her life was being “squeezed like a lemon” but left fans wondering what exactly she meant by her Green Card expiring. After the 90 Day Diaries episode, Julia posted several Instagram stories to explain her predicament. “Questions about my Green Card. Yes, it expires,” wrote Julia. As per Julia, they were supposed to apply “6 months in advance” to adjust her status but they didn’t. The reason behind them not applying to remove the conditions on her two-year conditional resident Green Card is Julia not having “more than one document” where her name is included. She explained this could include papers that suggest buying a house, renting a house, loans, etc. “This situation threatens (deportation)” Julia added.
However, Brandon and Julia are trying to do everything that they can. They want to make sure they quickly solve the problem before the expiration date. Julia added another note saying that her showing pictures won’t work in this case. They need a purchase or rental document. “So we’re stressed right now,” Julia wrote. They are moving into their friend AJ’s place in Norfolk for two weeks before they get a place of their own. The 90 Day Fiancé couple had applied for a house loan, which thankfully was approved for a mortgage, as per Julia.
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So it seems Julia might not get deported after all if they end up getting a place soon. But Julia’s troubles seem to be never-ending regardless. She was recently electrocuted by an electric fence while doing a photoshoot done with a horse. Julia said her finger was swollen like a hotdog, which left fans praying for her healthy recovery. Julia has also claimed she and Brandon were apparently “cut” from 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 7 because she is from Russia. While fans have certainly complained of being left bored whenever Brandon and Julia are on the 90 Day Fiancé screen, they do want the couple to be free of their miseries as soon as possible.