It is unclear whether you filed for an adjustment of status for your foreign spouse. Please supply more details to the counsel of your choice.
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Please be more specific as to your visa status. Also, it will depend which degree program is he pursuing under F1, which would also determine his OPT eligibility. In order to provide you with an accurate answer, you would need a detailed consultation with an immigration attorney before coming to a conclusion.
If you sponsored him as an immediate relative and you are a USC, then yes, he can stay.
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