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Hey guys my question is only partly related to traveling but I guess I'll shoot away anyways.

Feel free to ignore and/or call me a homosexual.

To keep it brief if all goes according to plan I will start studying in the US this fall.
I'd get an I-20 document and through that F-1 or J-1 Visa.

Now my question is the following: I was thinking about staying at my girlfriends place in the US for a few weeks/months prior to university and maybe to some light traveling through the US too.
Would I be able to figure the student-visa stuff out while being in the US (on some tourist visa?) or do I need to get that stuff in order while physically being in Germany?

Picture not awfully related, spent time in the US before for pokemon tournaments.
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>>1068506
You need to get your student visa in line while physically in Germany. It requires an interview at an embassy or consulate, neither of which we have stateside. Before you even apply for it you have to have been accepted to your school of choice. But you could visit your girlfriend and some schools on the Visa Waiver Program, go back, and apply for the visa, obviously.
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>>1068506
Oh, and also,
http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/study-exchange/student.html
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>>1068511
>>1068513
You Sir, are a Gentleman and a scholar.
I deeply want to thank you for your input and hope that you have a nice day.

Do you know by any chance the length of the process to get a visa after you've received your I-20?
Also how soon - before the start of the semester would I be able to enter the us on the students visa?
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