If it’s your router i would suggest temporarily changing the wifi name and password to something well not too complicated like lower case letters and maybe some numbers.
Just to eliminate that as a problem.
Also in the local shell you may type following commands after logging in with ALT-F2
wpa_cli (this puts you in a program to control wifi stuff)
Now you should wait and see the authentication fail or whatever else goes wrong.
you can also type:
scan (wait a bit)
to see if the pi sees the wifi of your router.
quit to quit application and exit to leave the login (twice as sudo -s logs you in as root on top of the other session) and i guess the pi will return to the status screen.
also (not in wpa_cli application) you could try:
to see if the name and passwords got transferred correctly (not sure why it wouldn’t be but hey)