90 Day Fiance‘s Larissa Dos Santos Lima confirmed her arrest and release by Immigration Enforcement but many fans thought it was an attention-getting hoax. However, we can confirm the arrest is the real deal. And time may be up for the reality star on her deportation. Here’s the latest info on Larissa.
90 Day Fiance: ICE Arrested & Released Larissa Lima This Weekend
Although many critics on social media accused Larissa Lima of frauding with the ICE arrest, it really happened. However, they released her a few hours later on her own recognizance, as we reported (and updated) on Saturday when it happened.
After Larissa’s arrest, the 90 Day Fiance blogsphere went into hyperdrive with conspiracy theories. They suggested that Eric Nichols staged the video where he picked up Larissa from ICE custody. Amateur sleuths said the building’s not open on weekends, etc.
Yet despite the fan uproar, the official documents confirm ICE did arrest Larissa Lima and let her go the same day. However, that doesn’t mean the 90 Day Fiance ex-wife’s troubles are over – far from it. Instead, this is likely a warning sign that Larissa’s time is up unless Eric marries her soon.
See confirmation below of the paperwork from Larissa Lima’s arrest and a shot of her leaving the facility where she was briefly held. Her boyfriend, and 90 Day Fiance scene-partner, Eric, waited outside for her, along with her best friend, Carmen. Those two were denied entry to the building as it’s usually closed on weekends, and were forced to wait for her outside.
Happily Ever After or Not – Couple in Colorado Living With Eric Nichols’ Mom
As of now, Larissa Lima’s slated for deportation and it’s only a matter of time for the 90 Day Fiance celeb. The only thing that can stop it is if she remarries and USCIS approves her for a CR-1 spousal visa. Now, Larissa relocated to Colorado with Eric, so perhaps that’s the plan.
Some 90 Day Fiance reports claim Eric bought a house in his home state with Larissa Lima. However, property records show he doesn’t own anything there. Eric confirmed he’d sold his house in Vegas and thanked his realtor. So, that might have triggered the false reports.
The photo below is the 90 Day Fiance duo with the realtor that sold Eric house in Las Vegas in preparation for their move to Colorado. That guy did not sell them a house in the new state and we’ve researched and found that neither Eric nor Larissa own property there – at least not yet.
Instead, our 90 Day Fiance source in Colorado told us that Eric and Larissa Lima moved in with his mother, and don’t have their own place yet. But if Eric hopes to stop USCIS from deporting Larissa by marrying her, he’d better put a ring on her finger soon, because the clock is ticking.
90 Day Fiance: Deportation Clock Ticking for Larissa Lima – When Will it Run Out?
Here’s the timeline for Larissa. She arrived in the US in Spring of 2018. Colt Johnson married her in late June 2018. The Las Vegas police arrested Larissa Lima three times over the next six months. The court filed charges on Larissa in July 2018, November 2018, and January 2019.
Because her 90 Day Fiance husband Colt didn’t cooperate, the first two cases dropped. The last case resulted in a domestic violence conviction. It was lessened to disorderly conduct on her permanent record once Larissa completed community service and domestic violence offender classes.
In the midst of the drama, Colt withdrew his support for Larissa Lima’s 90 Day Fiance visa. Around Fall of 2018 is the approximate date that happened. And with a two-year backlog at USCIC for removal proceedings, it looks like Larissa’s number is up unless something changes.
The ex-90 Day Fiance wife’s only real chance of not going back to Brazil is if Eric marries her soon. We’ll update you here on whether Larissa Lima walks down the aisle. Or where she’s escorted out of the US in the next couple of months. Stay tuned here for more.
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