I have read that they can start a company in the U.S. but if they can't work and get paid what's the point of it? Or they can't start? If you can enlighten me about it that would be nice. Thanks!
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The point is F-1 students are in the U.S. to study and so they are not here to do business. If you have an OPT you are permitted to work and train in your field of study.
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