Yvette Arellano, Mohamed Abdelhamed and 90 Day Fiance Fans were surprised when they got married. Now Yve has to support herself as well as her husband.
Yvette Arellano supported herself and her now-estranged husband Mohamed Abdelhamed in 90 Day Fiance. This has prompted fans to investigate her work further.
Yve revealed in 90 Day Fiance Season 9 “Tell-All Episode Part 1” that she and her Egyptian-born husband were the only ones who could provide for themselves since Mohamed still had not received his green card to work in the United States.
Even though it appears that Mohamed and Yve are over, she has a career in medicine to fall back on. Yve and Mohamed were rated as the most unpopular 90 Day Fiance couples by viewers.
Yve was branded naive by many fans for marrying Mohamed despite all the signs that he used her to get a green card like him threatening to look for another visa sponsor if she didn’t submit his paperwork immediately.
The Tell-All ended with Yve discovering that Mohamed had been texting another woman. Yve, who was single and angry at the time, revealed that Mohamed had spoken to multiple women despite their desire to resolve things.
The short-lived marriage between Mohamed and Yve appears to be over. Yve now focuses on her career as an acupuncturist, massage therapist, and physiotherapist.
According to Mountain Spirit New Mexico’s website, Yve is listed as an advanced practitioner in the Mountain Spirit medical staff. Yve’s listing includes both a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and a licensed Massage Therapist (LMT).
She has been working in healthcare for over 20 years. Yve has been helping adults and children with chronic and acute pain for many years.
Yve has lived in Albuquerque since 2022, as seen on 90 Day Fiance Season 9. She is a nurse at several Santa Fe clinics and even demonstrated some of her skills on 90 Day Fiance. For example, she performed the cupping technique on Tatiana.
Yve provides a wide range of services including acupuncture and acupressure. She also offers deep tissue massages, cupping, craniosacral therapies, trigger point therapies, and much more. She offers insight into Asian bodywork and Chinese herbal medicine, amongst other services.
Yve seems to be well-versed in the practices of healing both body and soul. Yve has been trained to offer services that can help with a variety of ailments.
Yve may offer healing services in her career but she has a lot to heal in her own life following 90 Day Fiance Season 9. The mother of one is fortunate to have a group of close female friends that she describes as her “soul sister.”
Yve, who refused to see the warning signs in her relationship, was the villain of season 9. Many 90-Day Fiance viewers hope to see Yve finally leave Mohamed and move on.