I'd like to add a comment about Michael giving Juliana access to his credit cards.
After I knew my Cambodian girlfriend for years, including months living there, and after I filed the K-1 petition, I did, in fact, add her as an authorized user on my credit card, and gave her a credit card she could use in Cambodia. Here is why.
Cambodia is a country where if you have a serious medical emergency, hospitals will not treat you until you stump up the cash. Ambulances will show up to roadside accidents, but then drive off it it looks like you can't pay or if you look injured enough that you might die, because if you die they're probably not getting paid AND then they have to dispose of your body, which costs them money.
I know another young Cambodian woman whose appendix burst, or was about to, and she needed emergency surgery, and the doctor said "I'm happy to perform the surgery as soon as you pay me $2,000, all up front." A friend of mine (her Australian boss) ponied up the cash, otherwise she'd be quite dead by now.
Like most Cambodians, my girlfriend was riding around town on a small motorbike/scooter. Accidents are common. Both her parents died in such an accident. I wanted her to have a "safety net" so she could pay for emergency medical treatment in the event of illness or accident. So the options were to send her $2,000 - $3,000 in cash and then hope that she could access that cash after a moto accident and before she would need medical treatment, or just send her a credit card to use in the event of emergencies.
She didn't buy any cars with it. Of course, I didn't meet her on a party yacht in Croatia.