Annie Suwan Toborowsky’s family is facing another heartache in Monday’s episode of David & Annie: After the 90 Days. Annie was worried for her brother Jordan and cousin Amber when the youngsters had to visit the U.S. immigration office alone.
The second visa interview for her young family members ended in yet another denial on Monday night’s edition of David & Annie: After the 90 Days.
As with their first interview, Annie’s teen brother Jordan and cousin Amber were invited to come to the immigration office alone because they are over the age of 14. Even with English classes and rehearsal from David Toborowsky and Annie, things did not go as planned for the interview.
Amber’s sobs accompanied the children’s return from the government agency.
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“I replied everything, and everything was OK,” Amber explained in English. “I thought I had everything figured out. I gave it my all “Before breaking down, she said. Annie hugged Amber, assuring her that she had done her best.
“Even if she [says] she did her best and has no regrets, she is still 17 years old. As a result, seeing her cry broke my heart “Annie revealed this later in an interview.
Though Amber was disappointed by the wasted opportunity, Annie’s 15-year-old brother Jordan was not as hurt. Jordan has expressed reservations about moving to the United States throughout the season.
On Monday’s program, he stated why he isn’t upset about being denied: “I don’t feel delighted, but I do feel relieved. I’ll be able to go home now.”
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This isn’t the first time spectators have witnessed an emotional setback in the visa application process. An episode of David & Annie: After the 90 Days from 2022 had a similar circumstance in which both Jordan and Amber were denied an American visa.
Amber told cameras at the time, “When I found out I didn’t get the visa, I felt bad about disappointing Annie and David. They seemed to have done so much for me, and all I had to do was go to a visa interview. And I fell short.”