30 Couples From 90 Day Fiancé Who Are Still Together

Back in 2014, who would have thought TLC fans would have taken so kindly to the "90 Day Fiancé" franchise? The series centers around couples who found love abroad and applied for a K-1 visa. The duo only has 90 days to wed, according to United States law. 


Relationships have challenges at the best of times, but add an extremely long-distance relationship and lack of family support, and many couples found themselves in a heap of trouble with no one to turn to for help. More often than not, the 90-day period is not long enough to work out all the kinks, and many are either forced down the aisle or call it quits.

To the viewers' surprise, some couples that seemed destined to fail have remained together through thick and thin. Here are some of the couples that found love abroad and remain together as of this writing.

Russ and Paola Mayfield (Season 1)

Russ and Paola Mayfield caught fans' attention when they were first introduced back on Season 1 of the franchise (per In Touch). Fiery Paola was from Colombia and fell in love with her quiet midwestern husband. They met while the Oklahoma native was working in her home country, and the model soon moved to the United States to be with her true love. Fans watched as Paola slowly started to lose herself and became depressed while living in Tulsa. She decided to leave her husband behind and moved to Miami to follow her modeling dreams.


The reality TV couple hit a rough patch when Russ made it clear he was not comfortable with her sexy posing and skimpy outfits. Eventually, Russ did join her in Florida — but not before TLC fans truly believed that the couple was going to call it quits due to their personality differences. Though the couple has faced many obstacles over the years, Russ and Paola have managed to stick it out and now have a little boy together (via TLC).

Alan and Kirlyam Cox (Season 1)

Alan Cox was on a missionary trip in Brazil when he first met Kirlyam and fell in love. He brought his fiancée back to America after going through the K-1 visa process. The couple shared their love story on Season 1 of the dating show and married within 90 days. Since then, they have remained together. In October 2017, the couple welcomed their first baby, a boy named Liam Jordan da Costa Cox (via People).


Louis and Aya Gattone (Season 1)

Louis and Aya Gattone are another Season 1 couple that beat the odds. The couple originally met on an international dating website while Louis was living in Indiana and Aya was in the Philippines. After a week-long trip together, Louis proposed, filed a K-1 visa, brought Aya to America, and successfully wed within 90 days (via ScreenRant). 


Since getting married in 2013, the couple welcomed their first child, Giovanni Gattone, in 2018, and announced the birth of their second son, Stefano, on Instagram in November 2020. Although Aya keeps her Instagram page private, Louis updates his page regularly with photos of their family. 

Mike and Aziza Eloshway (Season 1)

Mike and Aziza Eloshway have been happily married for nine years since their time on Season 1 of "90 Day Fiancé." Mike met Aziza on a language learning website in 2012; however, Aziza didn't start to have romantic feelings toward Mike until after her work permit in America was denied, leaving fans questioning her true intentions (via ScreenRant). 


By the end of the season, the couple was married, and they have been together ever since. In January 2019, they welcomed their first baby, a girl named Olivia Joan, announcing the big news on Aziza's Instagram page. On Instagram, Aziza regularly posts photos with her family celebrating the holidays and updates on their daughter. 

Justin and Evelyn Halas (Season 2)

Season 2 of "90 Day Fiancé" welcomed another long-lasting couple, Justin and Evelyn Halas. Before their time on the show, the couple met during the World Games in Santiago de Cali, Colombia. Justin met Evelyn while waiting in line for a hot dog, tried to impress her with his Spanish, and the rest is history (via the Daily Mail). 


"There was an instant spark; for the next seven days, I don't think she left my side one time," Justin told In Touch in 2020. "Three months later, I ended up going back to Colombia to see if this romance was real, and by the end of that trip, I ended up proposing to her." Although the couple struggled with cultural differences during their time on the show, they eventually pushed through and married in 2014 (via ScreenRant). In September 2020, the Halases officially became parents, welcoming their first child, a baby boy. If you follow Evelyn on Instagram, you'll see multiple pictures of her and her son. 

Brett Otto and Daya De Arce (Season 2)

Washington native Brett Otto met Daya De Arce from the Philippines on an international dating website. Although the couple was quite controversial on the show — and many women in Brett's life, including his mother and ex-wife, had plenty to say about their relationship — the couple have remained together all this time (via ScreenRant). 


They eventually got married in 2015 and welcomed a baby girl named Isabella two years later. Additionally, they were featured on TLC's "90 Day Fiancé: Self Quarantined" back in 2020, showing how the couple took on the pandemic as a blended family, including his daughter from his first marriage (via Entertainment Tonight). 

Danny and Amy Frishmuth (Season 2)

Although Danny and Amy Frishmuth went through their fair share of struggles on Season 2 of "90 Day Fiancé," the couple ultimately made it to the finish line. When Danny was 21 and Amy was 19, they met in Australia during a Bible study trip. By the end of the trip, Danny proposed, and Amy left her home in South Africa to join him in Pennsylvania on a K-1 visa (via ScreenRant). 


Within the 90-day trial, the couple faced many obstacles, but officially married in 2014 (via Us Weekly). Since then, the couple has welcomed three children together, and currently reside in Forth Worth, Texas (via Entertainment Tonight). 

Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi (Season 3)

Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi made their official debut on Season 3 of "90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days" and later returned for Season 8 of "90 Day Fiancé." According to Entertainment Tonight, Zied moved from Tunisia to start his life in the U.S. with Rebecca. The couple married in April 2020 despite their 22-year age gap. Since then, they've appeared on "90 Day Diaries" in April 2022, and Zied received his work permit in the U.S.


Melanie Bowers and Devar Walters (Season 3)

This couple has kept a low public profile, but they made their debut on Season 3 and quickly became fan favorites. Like many American women on the show, Melanie Bowers met Devar Walters while on vacation to Jamaica, as she stayed as a guest at the hotel where he worked. TLC fans will recall that Walters proposed at the end of the trip (via CheatSheet).


When the nurse was back stateside, she started to worry about her fiancé's devotion. The Jamaican had been very clear about wanting to send money back to the island for his family once he started working. This raised concern for the single mother, as she felt the two should concentrate on their own finances. Bowers also has to deal with her overprotective sister, who believed she was just being used. Despite the concerns, the couple married and Walters was granted a visa. Since then, Walters has begun working as an underwater welder and the pair now has a 3-year-old daughter.

Loren Goldstone and Alexei Brovarnik (Season 3)

Loren Goldstone and Alexei Brovarnik first met in 2013 during a Birthright trip to Israel, where Loren worked as a trip staff member and Alexei worked as a medic at the same time (via the Birthright Israel Foundation). After getting back from Israel, the couple remained in a long-distance relationship until Alexei proposed and the two were later featured on Season 3 of the dating show. Since their time on the show, they have celebrated two weddings, one in America and the second in Israel, and welcomed two children together, sons Shai and Asher (via In Touch). 


Kyle Huckabee and Bajaree (Noon) Boonma (Season 3)

While Kyle Huckabee was planning and researching his trip to Thailand, he found the Facebook profile of Bajaree, otherwise known as Noon Boonma, in 2015. Noon is originally from Bangkok, and the two got together during his trip. He later proposed to her during a parachute ride, and Noon came back to America so the two could start their life together in New Orleans (via ScreenRant). 


According to Yahoo!, the couple tied the knot in a Buddhist temple in 2015 and are still together to this day. They now live in Portland, Oregon, and do not yet have any children together. However, they own two cats named Kevin and Kobe. 

Fernando and Carolina Verdini (Season 3)

If you watched Season 3 of "90 Day Fiancé," then you know that Fernando and Carolina Verdini's relationship had plenty of ups and downs. After Fernando's previous marriage failed, he met Carolina while he was visiting Colombia and proposed to her by the end of his trip. Carolina joined Fernando in Florida, and although their age difference and a cheating scandal played a large part in many of their issues, the couple made it through and married at the end of their 90 days (via ScreenRant). 


Years later, the couple is still together. Although they never had children, Fernando regularly posts on his Instagram page with updates of the couple's latest adventures and trips. 

Josh Strobel and Aleksandra Iarovikova (Season 3)

Josh Strobel and Aleksandra Iarovikova were another Season 3 couple that made it to the marriage finish line. The couple met in the Czech Republic while Josh was visiting on a Mormon mission trip from Idaho; Aleksandra, who is originally from Russia, was studying there. 


After their initial meeting, Josh took multiple trips to visit Aleksandra, and one year later later, he proposed. Soon enough, the couple filed for a K-1 visa and had a very smooth time on the dating show (via ScreenRant). They eventually married in 2015 and have been together ever since. Josh and Aleksandra welcomed two children together, Kaya in March 2016, and JJ in 2019. 

Narkyia Lathan and Olulowo Shodipe (Season 4)

Narkyia Lathan and Olulowo Shodipe made their debut on Season 4 of "90 Day Fiancé" — and they were off to a rocky start at first. The couple met through a social media group for plus-size women; they connected and grew close pretty quickly (via YouTube). Despite facing many difficulties, including Olulowo lying to Narkyia about being a Nigerian prince living in Alabama while he was actually studying business in Vietnam, Narkyia decided to stay in the relationship. During the show, the couple briefly split after Narkyia found out Olulowo was trying to rekindle a relationship with his child's mother (via Yahoo!). 


Soon after the 90 days were over, the couple reunited, married, and eventually welcomed their first child, a daughter named Nifemi Denise, in September 2020 (via Us Weekly). 

Matt Ryan and Alla Fedoruk (Season 4)

"90 Day Fiancé" couple Matt Ryan and Alla Fedoruk made their debut on Season 4 of the dating show. The couple originally met online, but lost contact when they each went on to marry different people. After Matt went through his third divorce, the couple rekindled their relationship, and Alla and her son Max from her previous relationship left Ukraine and moved to America (via Showbiz CheatSheet). 


Although many fans were unsure about Matt at first and the couple faced their fair share of differences, the couple went on to become one of the show's favorite couples in the entire franchise and married within 90 days (via ScreenRant). Since tying the knot, the couple welcomed two children of their own: daughter Emmalynn in April 2020, and son Marcus in February 2022. The blended family can be seen on Alla's Instagram page celebrating holidays together and living their best lives. 

Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet (Season 5)

Although Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet had plenty of family drama surrounding their relationship during their time on "90 Day Fiancé," they made it out married and are still together. The couple originally met on a dating app while Elizabeth was planning a trip to Dublin, Ireland, where Andrei resided at the time. The couple was featured on Season 5 of the show, and later appeared on multiple seasons of "90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?" (via ScreenRant).


According to People, Elizabeth and Andrei tied the knot twice: first in Florida in October 2017, and a second time in Moldova in September 2020 so Andrei's family could attend. In January 2019, the couple welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Eleanor Louise, and their son, Winston, in October 2022 (via Us Weekly). 

David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan (Season 5)

"90 Day Fiancé's" fan-favorite couple, David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan from Season 5, are still together. After meeting at a bar in Thailand, the couple decided to marry, although David is twice Annie's age and was living in poverty at the time (via ScreenRant). 


Despite all odds the couple faced, they have been happily married for more than five years (via Instagram). Since their time on the show, the couple has not had any children together, but they have been traveling across the world and going on many adventures. 

Josh and Aika Batterson (Season 5)

Like many couples on "90 Day Fiancé," Josh and Aika Batterson first met on a dating app, and the rest is history. When Josh later traveled to the Philippines to meet Aika, he instantly knew that she was the one, and they got engaged on that same trip. Aika came back to America with Josh and the two were featured on Season 5 of the dating show. 


They faced many problems just like any other couple, including Aika insisting on having children immediately even though Josh, who already has kids from his previous relationship, was not interested in having any more (via Distractify). Despite all odds, they have been happily married since 2017. However, the couple has yet to have any children of their own. 

The couple has a joint Instagram account where they post updates on their life together, including their many travel adventures.

Eric Rosenbrook and Leida Margaretha Cohen (Season 6)

Despite their complicated relationship while appearing on Season 6 of "90 Day Fiancé," Eric Rosenbrook and Leida Margaretha Cohen are still together. Eric met Leida on an international dating website while she was living in Indonesia, and the couple stuck their relationship out throughout the entire season at Eric's home in Wisconsin, despite her issues with Eric's daughter from his previous marriage (via ScreenRant). Although they got married, Leida had continued frequent problems with Eric's daughter and even had a domestic dispute in 2019 (via Entertainment Tonight). 


Believe it or not, these two are still together; however, they keep a very low profile on social media, given the fact that they would receive death threats after the show officially aired. The two purchased a home together at the end of 2020. 

Emily Larina and Alexander Sasha Larin (Season 7)

If you were a fan of Emily Larina and Alexander "Sasha" Larin's relationship on Season 7, then you're in luck — they are still together! Emily first met Sasha at the gym while she was visiting Russia, and the two became fast friends. After breaking off his marriage with his previous wife, with whom he shares two children, Sasha proposed to Emily and she became pregnant (via Distractify). 


Emily gave birth to the couple's first son, David, and the family moved to America to began their new life together and began their K-1 visa process (via Entertainment Tonight). In 2021, the family decided they would move back to Russia to live permanently. But in March 2022, Emily and their son, David, moved back to the U.S. without Sasha, due to the country's war with Ukraine. Although the couple is separated for now, they are still officially together.

Anna-Marie Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu (Season 7)

Season 7 couple Anna-Marie Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu, who met online in a beekeeping enthusiast group, have come a long way since their time on the show. The couple announced less than three years after appearing on the show that they were expecting their first son together (via Us Weekly). According to People, Campisi already had three sons – Joey, Gino, and Leo — from her previous relationship. 


In April 2022, the couple welcomed their first baby together, a son named Gokhan John, through a surrogate in Ukraine. "Mursel and I are excited to announce the birth of our son! Gokhan John ... He was born 4/11/22, 5 weeks early. He's doing amazing! Just a small guy at 5.3 pounds 18 inches," Campisi wrote on Instagram. The couple was able to travel to Ukraine to meet their son thanks to the help of the nonprofit organization Dynamo Project, per People.

Robert Springs and Anny Francisco (Season 7)

Robert Springs and Anny Francisco appeared on Season 7 of "90 Day Fiancé" and have remained together to this day. Robert proposed to Anny just eight hours after meeting her when he was traveling to the Dominican Republic on a cruise (via Entertainment Tonight). The couple moved to Florida and tied the knot, eventually having their first daughter together, Brenda Aaliyah, in July 2020. 


In September 2021, Anny shared on Instagram the birth of their second child, a son named Adriel Hassan. Seven months later, Anny shared the devastating news that she was grieving the loss of their young son (via People). "Today is one of the worst days of my life, my son Adriel Spring died, I am devastated and my family ... life is so hard and difficult," she wrote. "I never thought I would lose my son. He was a fighter ... his heart couldn't take it ... my heart is broken it's a big pain ... so difficult."

Blake Abelard and Jasmin Lahtinen (Season 7)

Toward the end of Season 7, Blake Abelard and Jasmin Lahtinen tied the knot and have been happily married ever since. The couple met online and quickly fell in love, although many fans were skeptical of Jasmin's intentions (via ScreenRant). Despite the rumors that the couple split, they have been married and living together for over three years since their time on the show, and still actively post about one another on their social media pages. 


Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina (Season 8)

Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina first met while Brandon was vacationing with his friends in Russia. While out in the club, Brandon's friend ran into Julia, who worked as a dancer. The two FaceTimed Brandon and they exchanged phone numbers (via In Touch). 


Just a few months after they started dating, Brandon proposed. Since tying the knot on Season 8 of "90 Day Fiancé," the couple moved off of Brandon's family farm, which caused many issues in their relationship during the show. They now live completely on their own. The couple actively posts fun videos on Instagram of them doing different types of skits.

Jovi Dufren and Yara Zaya (Season 8)

"90 Day Fiancé" Season 8 couple Jovi Dufren and Yara Zaya have been together for quite some time since tying the knot on the dating reality show. The couple originally matched on a travel dating app while Jovi was visiting Budapest in 2018. They have now been married for two years and have a 2-year-old daughter, Mylah (via ScreenRant). The couple is also featured on TLC's "90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After."


Hazel and Tarik Myers (Season 8)

Like many "90 Day Fiancé" couples, Hazel and Tarik Myers met on an international dating site. After dating for three months, Tarik flew to the Philippines and proposed to Hazel, and the couple wed during Season 8 of the show (via Us Weekly). 


According to Entertainment Tonight, Hazel came out as bisexual to her parents and eventually wanted to have a shared girlfriend with Tarik, who had been in a polyamorous relationship prior to marrying Hazel. This caused many problems in their relationship: Tarik had an ongoing relationship with their ex-girlfriend Minty, who is from Thailand, even after Hazel asked him to cut off contact with her. This caused the couple to split in December 2021, but they were back together by New Year's 2022. Based on their social media platforms, the couple still seems to be going strong.

Patrick Mendes and Thaís Ramone (Season 9)

While Patrick Mendes was on a trip to reconnect with his retired father in Brazil, he met Thais Ramone. The two later connected on a dating app and soon moved to Texas (via Us Weekly). After tying the knot and appearing on Season 9 of the dating show, the couple shared on Instagram in August 2022 that they are expecting a baby girl.


Kara Bass and Guillermo Rojer (Season 9)

Season 9 stars Kara Bass and Guillermo Rojer met while she was living in the Dominican Republic for work, where she would eventually meet Guillermo, who worked as a waiter at the time (via In Touch). The couple soon after moved in together, Guillermo proposed, and they officially tied the knot after 90 days. In August 2022, the couple announced on Instagram that they are expecting their first child together.