- Jasmine and Gino faced relationship issues throughout the seasons, including trust and prioritization problems.
- The K-1 visa process took them 18 months, causing Jasmine immense anxiety and frustration.
- In the end, Jasmine made it to the U.S. with Gino, suggesting her K-1 visa was approved, but there may be more to the story on their journey.
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star Jasmine Pineda shocked Gino Palazzolo by revealing she was facing issues with her K-1 visa approval in the finale. Jasmine, 35, and Gino, 52, currently star in season 6 of the spin-off. After meeting on a dating platform, the couple was in an online relationship for almost nine months before meeting in person. Gino was certain he was going to propose to Jasmine at the end of the trip. Gino even wanted Jasmine to get pregnant. While Gino was aware of Jasmine’s suspicious nature and anger issues, he didn’t expect what was in store for him in Panama.
The couple dealt with their fair share of arguments in season 5. Jasmine almost broke up with Gino when he was caught sending her nudes to an ex-girlfriend. They also broke up in the newest season after Gino refused to give Jasmine as much attention as his family. Jasmine was displeased by Gino not making her feel loved and understood. She claimed she was cheating on him with her ex-boyfriend Dane and broke up with Gino. However, Jasmine herself proposed to Gino, and thus, their K-1 visa journey resumed.
Jasmine & Gino Waited 18 Months For The K-1 Visa
Jasmine and Gino got engaged during his first trip to Panama. It was in December 2020 as Jasmine had argued with Gino about him giving her an electric toothbrush as a Christmas present. Jasmine announced she and Gino had applied for the K-1 visa during the season 5 Tell-All. In April 2022, Jasmine confirmed her visa was preapproved. When Gino went to see Jasmine on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 6, Jasmine’s anxiety had shot through the roof. She argued with Gino that the process was delayed because he had decided to carry out the visa process himself. Jasmine wanted him to hire an immigration lawyer to expedite the process.
Jasmine Was Told There Was An Issue Processing Her Application
During the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 6 finale, Jasmine revealed it had been 18 months since they had started her K-1 visa process. She had her K-1 visa interview at the U.S. embassy in Panama. Gino was excited about Jasmine finally coming home, decorating his home with Panama flags. Gino said if Jasmine got the visa application, she could be in Michigan “next week.” Jasmine called him crying from Panama, claiming they took her papers but did not conduct an interview. Gino tried to understand what exactly had happened. He tried to think if he had forgotten anything in the application.
“I went through all the paper and after making me wait for one and a half hour, they just said oh we’re sorry, there is an issue processing my application,” she told Gino over a video call. Gino had put a lot of time and effort into putting the package together. “There’s gotta be a reason for this. We’re gonna get to the bottom of it,” said Gino, and he kept asking Jasmine if she was told “no.” She couldn’t reply to Gino. “In my mind, I am like just give up, just give up. Because I know for whatever reason they consider our love is not good enough for us,” she cried to the cameras.
Jasmine Is In The U.S. For Tell-All With Gino
As soon as the episode ended, a preview for the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 6 Tell-All confirmed Jasmine was in the U.S. with Gino. That means Jasmine got her K-1 visa approved and moved to the U.S. to marry Gino. However, Jasmine has also been telling her fans on Instagram that they need to keep watching the show to find out if she applied for a tourist visa instead of waiting for her fiancé visa. Jasmine was first spotted in Michigan in June 2023. The Tell-All will be able to unveil Jasmine’s visa secrets.
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.