Ok, but if they determine that you have a relationship with a U.S. Citizen, most likely they will deny you each time you apply. If they continue to deny you, then there are three options and none are quick, unfortunately:
then there are essentially three ways for you to come and none are really fast, unfortunately (one if you are not legally married yet and two if you are):
1) The K-1 fiance visa takes around 9 months, but you must have met before at least once during the last two years in order to process it. The I-129F is the form that starts the process. After you enter the U.S., then you have to marry and then you have to file the I-485 (the I-130 and I-130A are not needed) and you will have to wait about 5 to 7 months and get another interview that you attend with your new spouse so that you can get Residency. Remember, to use this method, you cannot be legally married until AFTER entry into the U.S. on the K-1 visa.
2) The K-3 spouse visa takes around 9 months, you must be legally married to start this process. The I-129F and I-130 forms are what start this process. Then after you enter the U.S., you must still file the I-485 and wait for the marriage interview about 5 to 7 months later.
3) The CR-1 visa (or IR-1 if your marriage is more than 2 years old) takes also around 9 months (making the K-3 almost obsolete). You must be married. The I-130 is the form that starts the process. But once you enter the U.S., you enter as a Resident and you do not have to file (or pay for) an I-485 nor do you have to attend an additional interview. You just get your green card in the mail a few weeks later.
So the K-1 and K-3 might be a little faster but generally more expensive. The CR-1 (and IR-1) be a little slower, but generally cheaper. And no, there is no middle-visa that you can use to enter the U.S. while that process is pending. You will most likely have to wait outside.
Here is a link to those visas:
and another link:
I know you do not want to wait. I know it is very inconvenient. I know you want to be together sooner rather than later, but I have this same conversation two or three times per day on this website. No one ever likes it and believe me, if there was an easier or faster way, I would tell you. I know you will probably say, "but what about this...?" or "but what about that...?" But I will most likely continue to have bad news for you. I am truly sorry. The problem is that the U.S. concerns over security and fraud in this area are more important than a 6 to 9 months inconvenience to you. The way they see it is that if it truly is a real relationship, it will survive that length of time apart. Again, I am truly sorry. I wish I had a faster and easier way to tell you about.
Also, if you have crimes that make you inadmissible to the U.S., she would most likely have to file a I-601 waiver and prove she would suffer extreme hardship if you are not allowed to immigrate:
What else may I answer for you?