It makes total sense why 90 Day Fiancé couple Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali did not return for the current season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, because well, their story didn't end up so happily ever after. Their storyline last season ended in a divorce, and even though it's been a year since it's been finalized, Danielle still uses Mohamed's last name on social media — and fans think it's because she's not over her ex. But Danielle finally decided to explain why she keeps talking about Mohamed, and it all has to do with that pesky K-1 visa process.

"Maybe because I am responsible for Mohamed for 10 years, so if he gets government assistance they can come after me," Danielle explained during a discussion with a fan on Twitter. "I always think about that possibility. I turned in my evidence to immigration, so now it is in immigrations hands."

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website, a foreigner who enters the US on a K-1 visa would have to be sponsored by the US citizen after that foreigner changes their status to permanent resident. As a sponsor, the US citizen would be financially responsible for the foreigner until the foreigner "either becomes a U.S. citizen, or can be credited with 40 quarters of work," which is usually about 10 years.

But it looks like Danielle doesn't have to worry about being responsible for Mohamed, because he seems to ben living his best life in Austin. Since their split, Mohamed has built a life for himself in America and he even works as driver for ride share apps like Uber and Lyft — and he recently took to Instagram to answer some frequently asked questions that he gets from fans. "Just for the new people who they started following me: I'm not doing any TV program right now, I'm not living a miserable life like you see on TV, I don't need financial help, I am not married or in any other relationship," he wrote in his caption.

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