I hope you do not mind, but I'm gonna throw my opinion out there! I am taking off my "HS volunteer hat", too.
So, you want a Bengal Kitten, but not for 9+ months, correct? Once you move to Florida? IMO, being me, I would look for breeders around where you plan to live in Florida. Once you move, live somewhere that will accept a cat, & have a steady job, then get your kitten. A few things, though: good breeders won't let them go until they are a minimum of 10-12 weeks. They should have all "age dependant" shots.
Remember, though. You are making a 20 year committment. I highly suggest you read up on the breed. Bengals are incredibly active cats. I bet you could PM Kai Bengals with questions, Nial is great about answering them!
Be aware, you get the midnight crazies, attacking feet at night....all that insane kitten stuff!
I also encourage you to read up on caring for cats, what makes a high quality food, how to help your new kitten adjust when you bring it home, all that good stuff.
One more thing that is my purr-sonal opinion, provided you can afford it, I encourage two kittens at once. Then they have each other to play with. I've seen many families adopt one kitten from the local HS where I volunteer & come back to get another. And please do start an "emergency vet fund" now. You never know when you might need it & someday, you might very well be so thankful you had one!