A while back, Larissa was in the news for immigration detaining her. Fans were wondering whether she would get deported to Brazil. However, she came out saying that the people are very nice and they were just checking whether all the documents were in the right place. But as she is embracing her newfound freedom from TLC, it turns out that the immigration is checking up on her. The real question here is, can she stay in America? Let us take a look at this in detail.
90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, Larissa’s Immigration Status In America
Larissa recently revealed that she underwent an ICE check-in as reported by SoapDirt. Understandably it can be a terrifying ordeal but Larissa stated that she came out of it just fine. But she indeed is in the removal proceedings that means the chances of her deportation to Brazil are still pretty strong. But if something changes with the immigration status, the possibility might decline. She does have a work permit while the court proceedings take place. This means that the Brazilian bombshell can legally work in America for the time being.
Clearly, if Larissa gets married to a US citizen, she can get out of being deported. As TLC released Larissa from the contract, she was really quick to find new work. Currently, the former reality TV star is starting in Jack Alexander’s magic show. Even though she has cut ties with the show, the CamSoda sensation doesn’t seem to be coming across major hurdles in finding work in America.
90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, Some Fans Feel The Detention Was Fake, Did Larissa Pull a Publicity Stunt?
When Larissa’s friend Carmen revealed that she was out of the custody of ICE, fans weren’t buying it. It seemed like a setup and more or less a fake or deal as fans thought Larissa did a major publicity stunt. But according to the official documents, the reality TV star is in removal proceedings. The rules of the immigration and nationality act confirm the same. The upcoming hearing will provide the final decision regarding her immigration status.
Some fans feeling like the entire thing was a public publicity stunt is a bit exaggerated. After all, why would the Brazilian influencer jeopardize her entire career for a few days of publicity on social media? Why would someone spin a story involving a major federal agency? Considering that Larissa has had her fair share of encounters with the law in the past, she is highly unlikely to get herself into such massive trouble. Let us know what you think in the comments below.