’90 Day Fiancé’: Larissa Dos Santos Lima Says a Green Card Is On the Way, Colt Johnson Seems Doubtful

90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima claims that, despite her divorce from Colt Johnson and her multiple arrests, she’s on her way to a green card. Lima has been arrested three times for domestic violence, and is not currently married to a U.S. citizen, so fans have their doubts. 

However, the 90 Day Fiancé star continues to assert that she’s on her way to citizenship, and even weighs in on the immigration woes of fellow 90 Day Fiancé star Jay Smith

Lima says it’s real 

90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima wants everyone to know that she’s going to be a U.S. citizen — or so she claims. In a recent Instagram post, Lima uploaded a picture of herself holding her alleged immigration documents, alongside claims that a green card is on the way. 

In the image, Lima can be seen standing outside USCIS looking very happy with herself. She also included an image of her application for a green card, which sported her name and was indeed addressed to the USCIS. She also appeared to be holding her passport in the photo.

In a caption to the Instagram story photo, Lima wrote, “I have no reason to lie for you guys and yes my biometrics [were] already taken.”

She also wrote, “One more time, they are harassing me and trying to [portray] me as a liar. No fraud. No lies. Just facts”

Some fans don’t believe her 

90 Day Fiancé fans feel a little skeptical of Lima’s claims. Lima is infamous for her three domestic violence arrests — her criminal record, alongside the fact that she’s no longer married to a U.S. citizen, have many fans wondering if she truly does stand a chance shooting the moon on U.S. citizenship. 

Lima has not been the most forthcoming about her criminal record and the court processes she’s undergoing for her domestic violence arrests, which could be why fans are feeling skeptical about her claims. 

Colt Johnson weighs in

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While Colt Johnson didn’t directly address Lima’s claims, he did add a post to his Instagram story that suggested he wasn’t buying it either. In his story he linked to a Justia page that elaborates on the possible results of falsely claiming citizenship. 

The text read, in part, “If a foreign national pretends to be a U.S. citizen to get a benefit, they can face serious criminal penalties, as well as deportation. Sometimes a foreign national believes they are a citizen and makes a false claim unintentionally, but this still may expose them to deportation. After being deported, moreover, the foreign national will be permanently inadmissible to the U.S. There are very few defenses in these cases.”

Lima weighs in on Jay Smith

Larissa Dos Santos Lima isn’t keeping her citizenship opinions to her own situation — she recently weighed in on 90 Day Fiancé star Jay Smith’s citizenship woes as well. 

Smith was recently released from ICE detainment after making bail. Lima said to Us Weekly, “Why ICE detained him, I do not understand. What a frightening situation he was put in. He did not come to the United States illegally. He came as a K1 and has his rights to stay, even if his marriage did not work out.”

Lima added, “I stay in touch with Jay, but Ashley and I do not communicate as she has blocked me. Despite that, I am in equal support of both Jay and Ashley. If Ashley was in fear of danger, she has to call the police.”