California shooter's spouse visa approved despite questions, lawmaker says

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California shooter's spouse visa approved despite questions, lawmaker says

United States immigration officials failed to obtain required proof from San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik that she had met her U.S. citizen fiancé in person, but granted her a spousal visa anyway, a Republican congressman said on Saturday. The new questions over the granting of the visa to Malik, raised by Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, suggest she was the beneficiary of a lapsed government vetting process now under intense scrutiny after the Dec. 2 attack that killed 14 people at a holiday party in the Southern California city. "In order to obtain a fiancée visa, it is required to demonstrate proof that the U.S. citizen and foreign national have met in person.
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