Will 90 Day Fiancéstar Larissa Dos Santos Lima get deported? The TLC reality TV star is facing the possibility of being sent back to her native country of Brazil if she gets convicted of domestic violence against her estranged husband, Colt Johnson. In an exclusive interview with In Touch ahead of his divorce party at Crazy Horse III in Las Vegas on Friday, March 1, Colt, 33, shared an update on Larissa’s immigration status and he revealed his true feelings about whether his 32-year-old ex should be allowed to stay in the United States. Scroll through the gallery below to get an update on Larissa’s green card status.
Colt brought the Brazilian beauty to the United States using the K-1 visa, which allows the fiancé or fiancée of an American citizen to enter the country under the condition that the couple will get married within 90 days from the foreigner’s arrival. If they do not get married within 90 days, the foreigner will have to return to their native country.
After the marriage, the foreigner will be allowed to apply for a green card in order to legally live in America, and their American spouse will have to agree to become their “sponsor.” This means that if Larissa gets her green card, Colt will be financially responsible for Larissa for 10 years.
Unfortunately for Larissa, there are two deciding factors that could end in her being deported: not only could she be deported if she is convicted of domestic violence, but she could also face deportation if her marriage to Colt is annulled.