Before I'm lambasted, I've looked through the sticky messages and I still have questions.
Allow me to explain my situation a little further:
I'm a recent graduate from the UK after a 3 year University degree in an area studies course which basically amounted to Politics, Law (EU Law), History and a little bit of Business. I was born and raised for a while in Italy, so I understand and speak Italian to a good level, as well as an intermediate level of Spanish. I'm soon to be enrolling on a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course, as I find it to be something practical to use when/if all else fails.
I realise that the description is relatively vague, but I'd be extremely grateful if somebody could give me guidance on how far I can get with this, or furthermore, my chances of obtaining any of the numerous visas.
My girlfriend is a US citizen living in New Jersey (although the marriage/engagement route is out of the question), and I find the opportunities in the UK almost as rare as they seem to be in the US, but I'm willing to persevere in order to have the chance to live/work/perhaps even study further in the US.
Any advice and further help would be gratefully received!
P.S. Ignore the "expat in the USA" tag - I was made to do it when I signed up!