If there is an employer willing to petition for her and she has a proper credentials. It may be possible to obtain a visa based on employment.
If you are not ready to be married, but would like to marry within the next 6 to 12 months you may petition for your fiancée using a fiancée visa. She should be permitted to come to the united states,within about 5 to 7 months. When she arrives in United States you will need to be married within 90 days.Ask a similar question
She could try find a US employer willing to sponsor her for a work visa otherwise marriage or perhaps an E2 investment visa if she has some funds ot invest in a US businessAsk a similar question
I agree with my colleagues.
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