If you have met in person during the past two years, it may be possible to file a fiancé petition.
You have to have physically met the person within the past two years to qualify for a fiance visa. There are some waivers for this requirement. You may want to look into one if you can't get away from work for a week or so. Those waivers are difficult to get approved. The legal test is "extreme hardship" and it is also a discretionary waiver.
In order to apply for a fiance visa for him, you would need to meet him in person, unless you qualify for certain narrow exceptions. Perhaps you and he could arrange to meet in another country that would not be so far away for you. Alternatively, he could apply for another type of visa, but if his reason for wanting to come to the United States is to marry you, then a visa through marriage, or a fiance visa, are really the only appropriate visas for him. You should consult with an immigration attorney near you to have the best chance of success.
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