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90 Day Fiancé: Why Michael Ilesanmi Stays Despite Angela Deem’s Attempts to Deport Him

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Michael Ilesanmi from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise will likely stay in America even if Angela Deem doesn’t want him to. The Nigerian man spent over six years with his American wife. He stayed with her, even though she continually disrespected him with her actions. In 2022, Angela crossed the line when she forced Michael to deactivate his social media. She threatened him and even damaged his car just to make her point clear. Michael and Angela seemed to be on the verge of a breakup at the time. However, they somehow stayed together despite all odds.

In 2023, Michael and Angela returned to TV in 90 Day: The Last Resort. They joined the show to reevaluate their marriage with the help of therapists and relationship experts. Later that year, Angela finally welcomed Michael to the United States. She looked forward to kickstarting her marriage with him, but he shocked her by disappearing after three months. Michael rejoined social media a few weeks after running away from Angela. He made it clear that he had broken up with her. Angela could no longer control Michael as she had been for years.

Michael Hoped To Live In Nigeria With Angela Instead Of Moving To The U.S.

Angela would try her best to create problems for Michael in America. She has been talking about being a victim and may want him gone. Unfortunately, Angela won’t be able to do much to prove Michael is the culprit. Her journey on TLC over the last six years shows that Michael didn’t scam her. Most gold diggers who appear in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise want to enter the United States quickly. One example is Mohamed Abdelhamed from season 9, who continually asked Yve Arellano to apply for his green card. In comparison, Michael never forced Angela to do the same.

Michael’s goal was to build a future with Angela. He was content with his life and wanted her to move to Nigeria. In 2020, Michael asked Angela to move to Nigeria. However, Angela shut him down, saying, “I’m an American woman. I can’t give up hot water, electricity. I’m spoiled. I can’t live like that.”Michael tried his best to encourage Angela to live with him in Nigeria. He would’ve never brought up the topic if his goal was to get an American visa. Angela will have difficulty proving Michael used her to come to the U.S.

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Michael Didn’t Scam Angela

Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi enjoying their wedding day In 90 Day Fiance

Real scammers don’t want to waste their time. Therefore, Angela will have difficulty proving that Michael stayed with her for nearly six years just to get to the United States.

He quickly gained popularity after his first appearance in the 90 Day Fiancé spin-off. He could’ve used that to impress another American woman who respected and treated him well. Nothing was stopping Michael from pursuing another relationship. Yet, he stayed with Angela and showed her the utmost respect. Michael didn’t betray Angela until he reached his breaking point in 2024.

Michael faced many challenges throughout his six-year relationship with Angela. He went through physical and mental abuse, which became more evident with every passing year. Despite that, Michael never gave up. He chose to stay with Angela and be respectful to her. Michael only showed a bit of rebellion when he returned to social media. However, Angela once again found a way to control him.

It would be hard for Angela to prove that Michael scammed her when she was the one who had led the relationship. Michael rarely had a say in anything she did.

Michael Moved To The United States On A Spousal Visa

Angela Deem yelling at Michael Ilesanmi 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Tell-All

Michael married Angela in 2020, and the visa process took almost three years. Unlike most foreigners, he didn’t come to the United States on a K-1 visa. Instead, he earned his spousal visa, which allowed him to enter the country. Angela had various opportunities over the last four years to cancel Michael’s paperwork. She has enough reasons to move on with her life. Yet, she chose to let the process be completed. Michael is legally in America. He has the right to stay there for as long as his spousal visa is valid.

If Michael was illegally staying in America, Angela could’ve done something to deport him. However, he has a spousal visa, so there isn’t much she can do to hurt him legally. There’s also enough proof in different 90 Day Fiancé spin-offs that suggest that Angela was the toxic one in the relationship. Some of the episodes show that Angela had anger issues. Since Michael has told the police that he ran away out of fear for his life, it’ll very hard for Angela to prove that he used her to get the spousal visa.

Michael Will Be Protected Because Angela Had Abused Him

90 Day Fiancé Angela Deem in black and yellow strappy top crying and Michael Ilesanmi looking serious in printed shirt

Talking about the allegations, Michael has accused Angela of violence. He has already told the police that he ran away to protect himself. Since Michael talked about being a victim first, Angela can no longer say he scammed her. She can’t prove anything because her relationship has been very public and part of reality TV. Michael also has immigrant civil rights in the United States, which will protect him against Angela’s offense. He will be safe in America unless his wife can find solid proof of his malicious intent.

Angela’s attempts to intervene in Michael’s life could have severe repercussions. Michael might resort to legal measures such as filing a restraining order if she crosses the line.

Angela’s only recourse is to garner public support by providing concrete evidence about Michael’s trickery. If she succeeds, it could adversely affect Michael’s growing social media presence, potentially hampering his chances of becoming successful in America. Chantel Everett from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise did something similar to her former husband, Pedro Jimeno, and got most of her followers on her side.

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