90 DAY FIANCE Mohamed Jbali posts green card denial letter – will he be deported?

Mohamed Jbali immigration update - was his permanent green card denied?

90 Day Fiance star Mohamed Jbali may soon be headed back to Tunisia! The reality star is currently going through the process of removing the conditions from his two-year green card obtained via the K-1 visa process and his marriage to Danielle, but it appears that things are not going well as he recently posted a photo of a green card denial letter from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Mohamed posted the photo (in the background above, reassembled below) and captioned it by writing “๐Ÿ˜ก sometimes the law does not make any sense because the person who made it never been in that situation ๐Ÿ˜ ” The letter in the photo clearly indicates a denial, but the reasons for the denial have been cropped out.

After spending way too much time looking into this, I’ve come to the conclusion that this letter is actually denying Mohamed a replacement card and not a denial of his permanent green card. Mohamed reportedly lost his green card after someone broke into his vehicle, and the opening paragraph clearly mentions an “Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card.”

Later in the letter it references the I-751 form, which is the application to remove conditions from a two-year green card. My educated guess is that Mohamed was denied a replacement green card because the deadline has passed on his two-year green card renewal and they are still waiting to find out if his ten-year non-conditional application will be approved. Meanwhile, Mohamed is left without a physical green card and no way to replace it — which would certainly seem to explain his frustrated photo caption.

So what’s holding up Mohamed’s green card renewal process? As we reported in October, Mohamed’s renewal was put in jeopardy after he claimed the US Postal Service lost his application paperwork, resulting in it not arriving before the deadline.

Mohamed did an Instagram Live session earlier today, but unfortunately I missed it. I assume he addressed the denial letter, and I will try to update if any more information surfaces from that session or additional posts from Mohamed. (There are some comments from people who did watch the live session, and they make it sound as though Mohamed is frustrated because he has to jump through a lot of hoops — which seems to further indicate this was just a replacement card denial.)

Meanwhile, I’ve reassembled the letter and return address in easier-to-read form for all you 90 Day Fiance sleuths out there:

Mohamed Jbali permanent green card denied?

In case you were curious, the bar code is easily scanned and the result is AAGAA01614898.

UPDATE – In Touch later did an article and they got a quote from Mohamed’s Instagram Live session which confirms my speculation:

โ€œThey think that I’m going to get deported but that’s not the case,” he said. “Friends know someone broke into my car last year and stole my wallet with everything inside, my green card inside. I applied for the replacement green card and to get a new card, it takes some time. In the meantime, while waiting for the replacement card, the old one expired and because of that, they denied the application for sending the replacement green card โ€” not to issue one in the first place.”



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  • The Bad Seed

    He needs to go back.

  • The Bad Seed

    He needs to go back.

  • Michael

    I think they should allow Mohamed to stay in the country and send Danyell to Tunisia so she can find herself a man ;0)

    • tina

      amen she has a man a married one sitting on instragram making passive aggressive posts to keep herself relevant

    • VtheFashionista

      They should send both to Tunisia.

      • Michael

        Or force them to stay married and love together ๐Ÿ˜‚ I’d watch that series

  • Michael

    I think they should allow Mohamed to stay in the country and send Danyell to Tunisia so she can find herself a man ;0)

    • tina

      amen she has a man a married one sitting on instragram making passive aggressive posts to keep herself relevant

    • VtheFashionista

      They should send both to Tunisia.

      • Michael

        Or force them to stay married and love together ๐Ÿ˜‚ I’d watch that series

  • Terry

    No he clearly needs to be deported. Regardless of how nutty Dinyell has been or is, he did more than his part to defraud both her and the US government. It’s very apparent he truly had not intentions of carrying through with a legitimate marriage. And we the American people and government, should never reward green cards based solely on if the other party smells or is unlikeable. The whole K1 process was/is meant for those who’ve already gotten to know each other well enough, that they’ve decided to marry. Rather than be used as some sort feeling out period. That’s why the entire application is filled with requirements for PROOF of your ongoing commitment to the relationship, with the ends being a marriage within that 90 day period. It’s already well known this guy was shopping for an easy woman to manipulate and dump in Europe and America. He was lucky in finding Desperate Dinyell to dup into a sham marriage. Hard to believe anyone is that stupid, but look at all the other groupies throwing themselves at him. At least karma is catching up to him and I say good riddance.

    • tina

      and so did she lie to her family to immigration so what will be done to her?

      • Chicana

        She’s an irresponsible, immature, dumb @$$ I doubt that’s something INS refers to as breaking the law and punishable by prison time or do you feel they should deport an American citizen? Look, I don’t like her, she’s stalked him but that punk told her lies to get her to drop the annulment, he’s a lying b!tโ˜†ยฟ and should be deported!

        • tina

          She lied to immigration repeatedly that the marriage was real

          • Chicana

            Because she thought that would get him to come back to her; like I said she’s a dumb a$$ but he’s a sleezy pos, only hard up women defend him.

    • ๐Ÿ‘‘AriesBaby๐ŸŒน

      Well said ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

    • Dani

      A-freaking-men. So sick of not only him playing the victim card (he had done so a few times in a few episodes of Happily Ever After?), but of people defending him saying he “deserved to stay for putting up with her”. He knew she was desperate for love and played on that. She may be crazy, desperate, and needy/nuts, but he is no shrinking violet and was obviously using her (he not only cheated, but left her immediately after he got his green card).

      Anyone else feel that it’s unfair people like them make the whole process look like a joke, when people who really do want to get married and live a good life together get denied a lot?

  • Terry

    No he clearly needs to be deported. Regardless of how nutty Dinyell has been or is, he did more than his part to defraud both her and the US government. It’s very apparent he truly had not intentions of carrying through with a legitimate marriage. And we the American people and government, should never reward green cards based solely on if the other party smells or is unlikeable. The whole K1 process was/is meant for those who’ve already gotten to know each other well enough, that they’ve decided to marry. Rather than be used as some sort feeling out period. That’s why the entire application is filled with requirements for PROOF of your ongoing commitment to the relationship, with the ends being a marriage within that 90 day period. It’s already well known this guy was shopping for an easy woman to manipulate and dump in Europe and America. He was lucky in finding Desperate Dinyell to dup into a sham marriage. Hard to believe anyone is that stupid, but look at all the other groupies throwing themselves at him. At least karma is catching up to him and I say good riddance.

    • tina

      and so did she lie to her family to immigration so what will be done to her?

      • Chicana

        She’s an irresponsible, immature, dumb @$$ I doubt that’s something INS refers to as breaking the law and punishable by prison time or do you feel they should deport an American citizen? Look, I don’t like her, she’s stalked him but that punk told her lies to get her to drop the annulment, he’s a lying b!tโ˜†ยฟ and should be deported!

        • tina

          She lied to immigration repeatedly that the marriage was real

          • Chicana

            Because she thought that would get him to come back to her; like I said she’s a dumb a$$ but he’s a sleezy pos, only hard up women defend him.

    • ๐Ÿ‘‘AriesBaby๐ŸŒน

      Well said ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

    • Dani

      A-freaking-men. So sick of not only him playing the victim card (he had done so a few times in a few episodes of Happily Ever After?), but of people defending him saying he “deserved to stay for putting up with her”. He knew she was desperate for love and played on that. She may be crazy, desperate, and needy/nuts, but he is no shrinking violet and was obviously using her (he not only cheated, but left her immediately after he got his green card).

      Anyone else feel that it’s unfair people like them make the whole process look like a joke, when people who really do want to get married and live a good life together get denied a lot?

  • tina

    he more then earned it putting up with that pig

  • tina

    he more then earned it putting up with that pig

  • Barbie

    He needs to go to Tunisia to his old barber๐Ÿ˜‚ his hair is a mess.

  • Barbie

    He needs to go to Tunisia to his old barber๐Ÿ˜‚ his hair is a mess.

  • pmo

    o mg look at his hair.

  • pmo

    o mg look at his hair.

  • Theydontgetit

    Glad Trump is kicking this loser out of the USA. What a drain on society.

  • Theydontgetit

    Glad Trump is kicking this loser out of the USA. What a drain on society.

  • John Brown

    Even if you lost your green card, and your case is pending, you get ‘free’ replacement until your case is undecided upon. As long as you pay the fee for the I-751, you get to keep your status and get that temp card until the final decision. Based on what I have seen in the show though, I hope he does get denied.

  • John Brown

    Even if you lost your green card, and your case is pending, you get ‘free’ replacement until your case is undecided upon. As long as you pay the fee for the I-751, you get to keep your status and get that temp card until the final decision. Based on what I have seen in the show though, I hope he does get denied.