“90 Day Fiancé” Star “Anfisa Arkhipchenko took to Instagram Sunday to drop some truth on her 107,000 followers. The Russian reality star battled rumors that her marriage to Jorge Garcia was fake, but Anfisa explained the 90-day process to her fans hours before the season premiere of “Happily Ever After?” debuted on TLC.

“Are you ready for tonight's premier? I want to tell you a little more about #90DayFiance,” she captioned a photo of herself in a car with Jorge Sunday.

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“I see a lot of people saying, ‘90 days is not enough to get married,’ [and], ‘90 days is not enough to get to know somebody,’ or asking, ‘did you guys date before getting married?’”

Anfisa was apparently annoyed by the insinuated that she and Jorge didn’t date before they went on the reality TV show. According to the couple, they met on Facebook and dated for nearly a year before Anfisa packed up her life in Russia and moved to the United States to be with Jorge.

Anfisa Jorge “90 Day Fiancé” star Jorge Garcia got a tattoo of Anfisa's name on his ring finger. Photo: TLC

“What they don't understand is how the show actually works,” Anfisa penned about confused viewers. “It's not like people apply to be on the show and then get matched in couples and that's where the show begins.”

Not only did Anfisa say what is true of the participants on the show, she also explained what is necessary for people to apply for a fiancé visa: They must have met in person “at least once” before the visa is granted. It’s also a requirement to be on the TLC show.

Anfisa continued to clear up possible misunderstandings about the fiancé visa, saying, “The show doesn't help with anything related to immigration. They just start filming on the day foreign fiancé (e) arrives to the USA and continue until the couple gets married.”

Anfisa “90 Day Fiancé” star Anfisa Arkhipchenko was not impressed when husband Jorge Garcia told her that he wasn't a millionaire. Photo: TLC

Finally, the 20-year-old said the title of the series is a little misleading. While couples have 90 days to get married, they can walk down the aisle whenever they are ready. “Another thing is one of the rules of fiancé visa is that you have to get married within the 90 days after coming to the US. You can get married on any day - day 1, or day 90. You don't HAVE to wait 90 days,” she penned. “And this ‘90 days’ are definitely not to get to know your partner because you already know the person you've had long enough relationship with and decided you want to marry them. That's why all of the couples end up married every season.”

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She finished by saying, “Don't be confused.”

On Sunday’s edition of the show, Anfisa was shocked when Jorge admitted that not only was he not a millionaire, he was $30,000 in debt. She stormed out of their meeting, leaving Jorge alone at the restaurant.

To find out what happens next, don’t miss “90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?” when it airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.

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