Do international/foreign exchange students in America have the right to exercise the first amendment by expressing their opinions freely?
Do f1 visa students (international/foreign exchange students) in America have the right to exercise the first amendment by expressing their opinions freely? or would they be subject to legal scrutiny for saying something they otherwise possibly can't say? If so, or if not, can you please provide a credible citation? I'm learning about this stuff and want to know because I have a foreign ex student buddy.
- ibu guruLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
First Amendment freedom of speech rights apply to anyone within the US. However, do beware some people obnoxiously object to anyone expressing any opinion contrary to theirs. This is unconstitutional, and contrary to constitution, law, and custom, but some people are just plain ******* these days.
- sunshine_melLv 78 months ago
The same laws apply to everyone who's in the country, irrelevant of where they're from.