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90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way: Are Karine and Paul in the US?

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90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way couple Karine and Paul have let on to the fact that they might be living in the United States. The couple, who were struggling to afford a visa for Karine, appears to have hinted around on social media that they are in fact together in the states. It seems that Paul won't have to move to Brazil to be with his wife and infant son after all.

Cameras have been documenting this couple's journey since 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days in seasons 1 and 2 where fans watched Karine and Paul meet for the first time in Karine's home in Brazil, along with their explosive drama before the wedding and Karine suffering a heartbreaking miscarriage. Now, with Karine and Paul back for the new series, 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, Karine is 8-months pregnant and unable to get a visa for her to come to the states; and the couple's only option is for Paul to go to Brazil. The last episode left off with Paul saying a tearful goodbye to his mother as he plans to leave for Brazil for good.

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Now that Karine has given birth to her son, Pierre Martins Staehle, she apparently is living in the states with Paul. There have been a number of Instagram photos (via 90 Day Fiance News) posted to Karine's story that appears to be her, Paul, and their son visiting local attractions in Louisville, Kentucky (where Paul is from.) According to the photos, they looked to be at the Louisville Zoo with Paul's mother, Mary, then together in downtown Louisville.

Last time fans of the show saw the couple was when 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way was filmed back in February when Paul was panicking over the idea of leaving his home to live in Brazil. Not only was he told there was no way for them to get Karine a visa, but his mother also refused to support the visa financially. Apparently, things have changed since then as Paul revealed that Karine received a CR-1 (spousal) visa that allows her to come to America.

As happy as fans are for the 90 Day Fiancé couple, there were some questions brought up by viewers: how did they get the visa so quickly? Was everything that was shown on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way staged? Did Mary cave and decide to sponsor her daughter-in-law Karine? Even still, how did the couple manage to get a visa that quickly? There are a lot of questions that still need to be answered, and the only way to know is by watching Paul and Karine's journey as the season unfolds.

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90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way episodes air at 9pm EST on TLC.

Source: 90 Day Fiance News

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