If an international student works off-campus and has no formal employment documentation/proof ( no pay check, no social security number) , is it true that the student can still work as long as the ICE don't have evidence against the student?
Without meaning to offend the person who asked this, your question is whether a person is allowed to commit an offense as long as they get away with it. No, if a student is not allowed to work, that means whether or not they evade detection, working for pay will violate their status.
As pointed out already, a crime appears to have been techinically committed. Whether or not the actual facts and specific details of the matter will verify the same; immigration is both a very serious and a federal matter, requiring the assistance of an experienced criminal/immigration "cross-over" attorney!
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