In Touch Exclusive: According to her attorney, 90 Day Fiance star Mohamed Abdelhamed could be “deported”, following his divorce from estranged spouse Yvette Arellano.
USCIS will pursue him in a fraud case, instead of suing the individual. Kathleen Martinez, her lawyer, told In Touch that Abdelhamed would likely be denied immigration in the future.
It will be difficult for him to obtain another green card based on marriage. He will have no credibility. He may be deported. “It could take several years to catch up, but once USCIS has become aware of the immigration fraud it is almost impossible to fight.”
The attorney for the New Mexico native also says that there is a chance he could be “blacklisted”, preventing him from entering the United States in the future.
Dominique Enchinton of Dominton Talent House told In Touch exclusive on Tuesday, 23 August, that Arellano’s team had accused her estranged spouse of “committing fraud against immigration”.
In Touch confirmed exclusively on August 22, that the former TLC couples split after less than a year of marriage.
Martinez says that it is up to the government to decide whether to take any legal action. “But if he is suspected of fraud, then they can put him in removal proceedings and have him deported.”
Abdelhamed didn’t immediately respond to In Touch when asked for comment on Martinez’s allegations.
In a police report filed by Abdelhamed, the mother of one was accused of assaulting her ex-boyfriend for his cellphone.
The domestic abuse claims have been falsified. Enchinton, who spoke to In Touch about the following day, said that Mohamed and his cheating partner Yve had discussed their options since the beginning. They discussed a U-visa and how Mohamed might qualify for it in the event that Yve learned about his indiscretions.
According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services states that a U Visa is reserved for victims of certain crimes, who have been abused mentally or physically or can help others. law-enforcement officials or government officials during the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity.” Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Arellano was charged with domestic violence one day after part 2 of his explosive Season 9 tell-all, where he admitted to having an inappropriate relationship online with a female.
In his confessional, he said: “I met a woman online.” “She was nice, I thought that we were friends… and then, things got bigger.” I was looking at my phone. She read the texts, and I’ve found out.”
TLC aired the texts during Abdelhamed’s scene. One of them appeared to be from him, saying, “I’d keep you in bed forever.” This was followed by another text, which read “Just kidding, lol [sic]” and seemed to come from the 90 Day fiancé alum.
In another text message, which appeared to be Abdelhamed’s, he wrote: “I will see the lawyer as soon as I receive the green card.”