This question about donating to campaigns as a US resident noncitizen led me to wonder if US resident noncitizens/foreign nationals can volunteer with political campaigns in any capacity (direct voter contact or behind the scenes, without payment).

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Wassila Hachchi was a member of the Dutch parliament until January 2016, when she quit her seat in parliament to work for Hillary Clintons election campaign.

She wasn't a US resident, but if non-US, non-residents can, non-US residents can as well.

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    Is there a source that confirms she actually did work for the Clinton campaign? All I can find are news articles saying she would do it, and another newspaper report that claims she was looking for a job on the campaign but couldn't find one. – Joe Jul 1 '19 at 17:16

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