You file a fiancee visa. But, you two must have met in person within the past 2 years.
No, the chances of her getting a tourist visa to come to the US are close to zero ... don't waste your time.
Talk to an attorney, many of us use Skype to do a 3-way video for this type of consultation.
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The fastest way of bringing her and her (hopefully) minor son would be by filing a fiancee visa petition for her and son, but to be able to do that you must have physically met in person during the last 2 years.
As my esteemed colleague states, the chances of her being able to obtain a tourist visa are less than zero.
As for the rest, schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer.
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I tend to support by both very respected and learned colleagues in the opinion that such case calls for a filing for a K-1 fiancée visa to be used for marriage within 90 days upon approval, provided it was granted. That would be essentially the most legally appropriate way, without clashing with a dual preconceived immigration intent if one attempts a tourist B-2 visa for that prospective foreign national wife.
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