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A new season of 90 Day Fiancé means new couples for viewers to watch and obsess over.

The seventh season premieres on Sunday, Nov. 3 with seven new couples racing against time to walk down the aisle before time runs out on the K-1 visa. And with six seasons of couples, plus couples from spinoffs 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way and 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, there are many in the 90 Day extended family to dole out advice for these new reality stars.

Ahead of the season seven premiere, E! News asked 90 Day veterans and the stars of 90 Day Fiancé: Pillow Talk to share advice for Tania and Syngin, Robert and Anny, Michael and Juliana, Emily and Sasha, Blake and Jasmin, Anna and Mursel, and Mike and Natalie.

See what they had to say below and meet the new couples.

90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk

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David and Annie

What's one thing you wish you knew before entering into a relationship with somebody who lives in another country that would help others in your situation?
I think one thing to know is what is each other's long-term goals are; children, career and in my case where I want to retire.

What has been your secret to dealing with cultural differences?
The secret is to do your homework about each other's cultures: how to interact with family and friends, and if there is a religious difference, then how to respect and appreciate those differences. It's important to travel to your significant other's country first and spend some time with locals and researching the history.

What's your piece of advice to putting a fight/disagreement behind you and your partner?
Communication is everything in a relationship. When there is a language difference make sure you understand each other and the true meaning behind everything you're saying to each other. Loving body language helps the language barrier differences. Always agreeing to talk about issues instead of yelling. Laughter is the key to a happy relationship.

The secret to a happy marriage is...
We say the key to a happy marriage is if two people stick together nothing bad is going to happen.
A. Laugh together
B. Love together
C. Boom Boom together
D. Enjoy each other as best friends.

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Elizabeth and Andrei

What has been your secret to dealing with cultural differences?
Being open minded. Just because you think one way does not mean your spouse does.

What's your piece of advice to putting a fight/disagreement behind you and your partner?
Andrei and I are always reminding each other that we were raised in different parts of the world and at times it's okay to agree to disagree. After all, you are two different people and yet you love that about each other.

The secret to a happy marriage is...
NEVER be too harsh on one another. Always remember you are as one and a union. Keep it meaningful and flirtatious. Go on a lot of dates!

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Kalani and Asuelu

What's one thing you wish you knew before entering into a relationship with somebody who lives in another country that would help others in your situation?
It takes so much more hard work than a typical relationship. You have to fight for nearly every aspect of your relationship, because the long distance makes it tough to stay happy and in love!

What has been your secret to dealing with cultural differences?
Having mutual respect and allowing each other to embrace the most important aspects of our culture.

What's your piece of advice to putting a fight/disagreement behind you and your partner?
Communicating about 1. The fight, 2. The solution to the fight, and 3. How to prevent it from reoccurring in the future.

The secret to a happy marriage is...
Growing together, not apart. We have to make sure our personal and family goals match up so that we are both on the same path.

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Loren and Alexei

What's one thing you wish you knew before entering into a relationship with somebody who lives in another country that would help others in your situation?
Understanding each other's culture and upbringing more, as well as the language barrier. Sometimes we each say something that the other person may not understand and gets offended by, but then we talk out what we meant so the other person can understand.

What has been your secret to dealing with cultural differences?
Incorporating both cultures into our daily lives, together, as a household. It's become a part of who we are and our family, the way we want it to be.

What's your piece of advice to putting a fight/disagreement behind you and your partner?
Every couple has big blow-up fights and there are some that are worse than others, sometimes requiring more time to cool off. If that's the case, the best piece of advice we can give, that has worked for us, is allowing time to cool off and giving each other the space we need. But we ALWAYS talk about it once we've calmed down and are capable of seeing it from the other person's perspective. TALKING vs. yelling is key! And once you've had that talk, you brush it off, hug and kiss it out and go about your day. That moment is behind you.

The secret to a happy marriage is...
Being friends first and knowing that it's okay to hang out with other friends separately! We're each other's best friend and spend all of our time together, but it's nice to see other friends too.

Meet the new couples below.

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90 Day Fiancé season seven premieres Sunday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. on TLC. 90 Day Fiancé: Pillow Talk airs Sundays, 11 p.m. also on TLC.

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