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The young mother and bride suspected of helping kill 14 people in San Bernardino, Calif., met her American-born husband online and married him after moving from Saudi Arabia to join him in the United States. on a fiancée visa in 2014, while traveling with Syed Farook, her husband-to-be, David Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI's Los Angeles office, said Thursday. to a Pakistani family, was raised in Southern California and had been a county employee for five years, the Associated Press reported. Not much more is known about Malik, but the process she used to enter the country was probably the quickest way to gain an extended-stay U. visa, said Kamal Nawash, an immigration attorney and president of the Free Muslims Coalition, a Washington think tank that promotes secular democratic institutions in the Muslim world.