On 90 Day Fiancé, Yvette Arellano supported both herself and her now-ex-husband Mohamed Abdelhamed, which piqued the interest of fans.
Yve revealed in the 90 Day Fiancé season 9 "Tell-All" episode part 1 that she was the sole provider for herself and her Egyptian husband because Mohamed had yet to receive his green card, allowing him to work in the US.
Though her relationship with Mohamed and Yve appears to be over, she has a stable career in medicine to fall back on.
While many 90 Day Fiancé season 9 relationships fell flat with franchise fans, Mohamed and Yve were among the top couples that viewers did not want to marry.
Many fans labeled Yve as naive for marrying Mohamed despite numerous signs that he was using her as a visa sponsor, such as him threatening to find another visa sponsor if she didn't immediately submit his paperwork.
The Tell-All concluded with Yve discovering Mohamed texting with another woman. Despite Yve and Mohamed's desire to work things out, a seemingly angry and single Yve has since revealed that he has been talking to a number of women.
Mohamed and Yve’s short-lived marriage appears to have already imploded, so Yve is now focusing on her professional life as an acupuncturist and massage therapist.
Yve's listed as being an advanced practitioner on the Mountain Spirit medical team, according to the Mountain Spirit New Mexico website. In addition to being a licensed massage therapist (LMT), Yve is listed as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM).
She became an LMT in the 90s, likely around the time her husband was born, and now has over two decades of experience in healthcare. Yve helps adults and children deal with acute and chronic pain, as healing others has always been important to her.
Yve has been living in Albuquerque since 2022, as seen on 90 Day Fiancé season 9. She works at several clinics in Santa Fe and even demonstrated some of her professional skills on 90 Day Fiancé, such as cupping her friend Tatiana.
Acupuncture, acupressure, deep tissue massage, cupping, craniosacral therapy, trigger point therapy, and other services are available from Yve. She also provides information about Chinese herbal medicine and Asian bodywork therapies, among other things.
When it comes to practices for healing the body and spirit, Yve appears to be well-versed. Yve's training has enabled her to provide services to clients suffering from a wide range of ailments.
After the events of the ninth season of 90 Day Fiancé, Yve most certainly has a lot of healing to do in her personal life, despite the fact that she works as a healer for other people in her professional employment.
The single mother of one is blessed with a tight-knit network of female friends, whom she refers to as her "soul sisters."
Despite the fact that Yve's soon-to-be-ex-husband Mohamed turned out to be the antagonist of season 9, very few viewers felt sorry for Yve since she refused to acknowledge the warning signs that were there in her relationship.
And significant number of people who watch 90 Day Fiancé are rooting for Yve to finally end her marriage to Mohamed and go on with her life.