’90 Day Fiance’: Laura Jallali Stuck in Ecuador – How Long Can She Hide Out?

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way‘s Laura Jallali remains in Ecuador and a recent Insta Story points to her putting down roots there. Recently, her ex-husband, Aladin Jallali, exposed her visa status and that she’s a Canadian citizen who overstayed her visa in the United States. Laura denied this, but remains in South American hanging out with Evelin Villegas. So, is Laura planning to stay in Ecuador and if so, how long can she hide out there before she’s forced to leave?

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way -Why Is Laura Jallali Still in Ecuador?

Laura Jallali’s still posting beach pics and photos with Evelin that make it clear she’s still in Ecuador. Plus, it came out that her son Liam O’Toole was relocating back to Canada where they have family. And it’s also confirmed that Laura’s Canadian, which begs the question of why she was even featured on 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way.

The TLC show says 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way is about American leaving the United States and moving to other countries. But, Laura’s not a U.S. citizen. Did Sharp Entertainment know – or did they assume fans wouldn’t find out? All that aside, Laura’s ex-husband Andre Leila said she can’t re-enter the US. Laura Jallali says it’s not true, but remains in Ecuador. Why? Surely, she can’t afford to remain on permanent vacation…

We’ll find out more at the 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Tell All since Aladin Jallali’s promised to spill the tea then.


Laura Jallali’s Cryptic Comment Hints Permanent Move – Still Going “The Other Way”?

Also, according to two of Laura Jallali’s exes, she’s broke. That comes from both Andre Leila and 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way co-star Aladin Jallali. So, it doesn’t seem that Laura’s got the finances to stay on vacay in Ecuador indefinitely. Yet, there she stays. And on a recent Inst Story, she hinted at a more permanent situation there. First, she showed a pic of her dog Emerald frolicking on the beach.

Then, she showed off the area where she’s apparently living. Next, Laura Jallali pointed her phone camera up the street and said that’s where “my house” is located. That sounds like she’s moved there, right? Plus, she showed off a pic at home there holding a new puppy. All these signs point to her sticking around down there, but how long can the 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way divorcee hang out there?

If what Laura Jallali’s ex said was true, she was staying illegally in the US, overstaying her visa to visit from Canada by years. Ecuador allows tourists to stay 90-180 days. But you have to follow these rules or they slap hefty fines on you.

Will Laura From 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Overstay Ecuador Visa Like US?

After the first three-months visa, Laura could extend that visa for another 90 days for a total of six months before the law says she’s got to go. But would she overstay? If her ex’s words are legit, Laura doesn’t mind ignoring immigration law. And if she’s staying down there, how will Laura Jallali support herself?

Will Evelin let her serve drinks at the beach bar now that Corey Rathgeber’s gone? Even if 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way‘s cast member Laura Jallali can’t come back into the US, she could always go back to Canada. But it seems like she’s not interested as she’s been in Ecuador for about a month. And Liam’s dad said weeks ago that she is “living in Ecuador for whatever reason”.

If so, it seems strange unless she’s flying under the radar of the laws there. There are seven routes to permanent residency – none of which Laura Jallali seems to qualify for (dependent of a local, retiree with good income, real estate investor, industrial investor, personal wealth, degreed professional, or job-related). We’ll keep you updated on what Laura Jallali’s up to and whether she’s staying in Ecuador.

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