Our son's fiancee is in Germany, hoping they can get married, but it 6 weeks her Visa expires and they have not given suitable documents to Germany because they have not accepted her copy of the birth certificate. She is from Kazakhstan, and communist country, and if she has to go back, she may not be able to leave again. We want to bring her here until the matter is settled and so they can get married. Once married, Germany will naturalize her so she can stay. She has already passed the German Language Exam. She speaks English and could work where I work, Ditch Witch in Perry, Oklahoma, and stay with us until everything is settled, or until our some can come here and marry her here if that would be legal.
Your son can sponsor his fiancee to come here with a fiancee visa, by filing USCIS form I-129F. And yes, employers can sponsor people for jobs, but your employer would need to engage in a rather long and expensive process to hire someone from abroad, and whether it would be successful depends on her skills, education, and the type of employment. In any event, that would not happen within the 6 week period her visa is valid in Germany. I don't understand why Germany will naturalize her when she marries your son, who I assume is a US citizen. But this is a confusing fact pattern and there's not enough information to understand it all. You would be well-served by speaking with a US immigration attorney in a private consultation to understand your son's options. You can find someone via Avvo, or if your son is abroad in Germany, he may wish to consult with someone there, and he could so so by using the American Immigration Lawyers Association search function and limit the search to Germany: https://www.uscis.gov/contactcenter
As for Kazakhstan, while it was a Soviet republic, since the breakup of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan has become an independent country, and is a democratic constitutional republic, though its government is quite authoritarian (and the president of the country was president of the Communist Party when the country was a Soviet republic). The US has diplomatic relations with Kazakhstan and an embassy there, and US citizens can and do apply for fiancee visas and consular processing for people in Kazakhstan.
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