Kobe Blaise, the star of 90-Day Fiance says he now has a work permit and is able to work. Kobe Blaise revealed in the first part of the 90 Day Fiance Season 9 two-part couples-tell-all special that he had finally received his visa and was now legally working.
He revealed some exciting news. He has secured his first job in America. What is Kobe’s present job?
Emily is Now The Stay-at-Home Mom to Koban and Scarlet
The last time fans of 90 Day Fiance heard from Kobe or Emily was when they told her family about their second, unplanned pregnancy. Emily gave birth to a healthy, happy baby girl in mid-June in 2022, when the 90 Day Fiance reveal was filmed.
Emily revealed to the show’s host Shaun Robinson that Scarlet was at least three months old in the cute photo shown on screen.
“We have a girl named Scarlet.” She’s fantastic. She explained, “Yeah. Just two children.” Kobe has now started working.” She adds cheerfully that she no longer works as a nanny. She says, “I am a stay-at-home mom just as I have always wanted to be.”
Kobe’s New Job Revealed on “90 Day Fiance” Season 9
Kobe, 34 announced that he received his work permit, which allowed him to work legally in the United States. Shaun tells Kobe, “This is news.” Kobe, you are working right now. What exactly are you doing?
Kobe has revealed that he will be “testing the asphalt” in order to make sure that “the specifications are met prior to putting it on the roads.” It’s a far cry from his days of being an underwear cover model for magazines in Xi’an.
Emily remarks, “He works all the overtime that he wants,” and Shaun wonders whether Kobe brings home the “big bucks” from all the overtime.
According to Glassdoor, the average Asphalt Lab Tech earns $52,538 annually. Kobe’s earnings could be much higher if he worked overtime.
Emily and Kobe Moved Out of Emily’s Parents’ Home
Shaun ended Kobe and Emily’s segment in Part One of 90-Day Fidelity Tell-All, without asking them where they live now.
Emily and Kobe last saw working hard to leave her parents’ house in Salina Kansas. Emily’s parents put Emily and Kobe under increasing pressure over the course of the 90-day period to leave the house.
They were afraid that if Emily got pregnant, they wouldn’t be able to leave the house. They may have been able to get their own apartment with Emily’s job and Kobe staying home.
The second part of the 90-Day Fiance reveal should give us more information about Kobe’s and Emily’s living situation. Next week, fans will learn more.
How does 90 Day Fiancé work?
90 Day Fiance, an American reality TV series, is broadcast on TLC. It follows couples that have received or applied for a K-1 Visa, which is only available to foreign fiances who are U.S. Citizens. They have 90 days in order to get married. The series premiered on January 12, 2014. The show has run for nine seasons.
How much of 90 Day Fiancé is scripted?
David admitted that they were not together on the Before the 90 Days Tell-All after she stopped replying to his messages. Lana responded to her Instagram followers a year later in perfect English, saying their engagement was “just a show” and their storyline “90% scripted”.
How long does it take for a 90 Day Fiancé?
The 90-Day Fiance show follows Americans and their foreign fiancés as they decide whether they want to spend the rest of their lives together after 90 days.
Do people audition for 90 Day Fiancé?
Casting Call, for example, often shares casting calls for 90-Day Fiance with people in online relationships who have never met each other in person and are interested in “visiting them for the very first time to try to propose”.
What are the 90-day rules?
USCIS has a rule that solves this problem. It says that anyone who marries or applies for a green card within 90 days after arriving in the United States is automatically presumed guilty of misrepresenting their original intentions.