Felons can get passports. I have a felony conviction, and just got mine in the mail yesterday.
== == Americans who have been convicted of a felony cannot get a US passport, so they can't leave the USA, legally, nor re-enter with out a passport. That is the punishment for being a criminal. Definitely something to do a little more research on. I have a friend who not only got a passport as a felon, but WHILE HE WAS ON SUPERVISION. Getting the passport was ROUTINE. He was issued the passport on initial application. Traveling was an issue with his parole officer, who required him to get a judge to authorize it. In Montana, and I am assuming in all other states, there is NO LAW OR RULE that prohibits a felon or x-felon from obtaining a passport. ANYONE, even non-felons, can have a passport denied if they owe back child support, taxes, or student loans. The punishment for being a criminal was to serve the sentence they were given, NOT to be denied a passport. I have traveld overseas on probation. passport was no problem. Anyone anywhere that wants to look you up can find out everything about your conditions of probation,ect. so you should be good while you are there. Most countries are not nearly as tight assed as the guy who wrote the first line and most dont care about American attitudes towards law breakers.
Once a felon always a felon unless you exsponge. This is very costly and you cant do it till your probation is over and it's at least 10 years old.
No, you must have served your time on parole or probation before you can enlist in the Army. You also have to pay all your fines and have fulfilled all requirements of your probation or parole. Just wait out your time and once parole or probation is over than you can start the process of enlistment.
Cinnamon arrived in Singapore, and several other countries through Arab traders who would travel all over the world selling the spice and other wares.
Yes, but I think you have to wait until 5 years has passed since the sentence is over.
Japan did not take over Singapore
Yes as of the new 2007 law, anyone over 21 unless they are a felon or on probation can carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle in Texas.
There appear to be several trains daily between Bangkok and Singapore, and while the travel times are difficult to decipher, it appears to be an over night trip. See the link below for train info.
no you have to stay in state until your probation is over
The destinations the company "Fit for Travel" offers is China, Japan, Hawaii, Singapore, India, and over 20 more countries around the world. This company has many travel destinations.
No, typically a felon cannot get an out of state pass. A felon is usually not allowed to cross over state lines.
If restitution was part of your probation sentence and you are not complying with it - you could find your probation revoked and be remanded to jail.
The largest city in Singapore is Singapore, which is also the capital city. The population of Singapore city is over five million.
if by "they" you mean your probation officer then no they come over to where you are currently staying.
A probation officer does not. The Court or judge does.
Singapore was founded by the british to be used as a trading port and stop-over for their ships.
Yes, if a felon is hired at a restaurant or bar in Florida they can serve alcohol. This has to go along with the felon being over the age of 21.
yes and if over 10 years ago then you don't even answer yes to having a felon.
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No, the direct flight path from Singapore to Christchurch NZ passes over Sydney.
Their government, as their are a democracy, similar to the UK, Singapore however, does not have a royal family
In Singapore, Citibank has around 20 branches and over 400 ATMs.
Nothing. The probation continues until it is over or a violation occurs.
What do you mean by over? If the Court has discharged you from probation then no. The Court cannot give you jail time on your probation charge after you have been discharged from probation. If, for example, you were granted a two year term of probation that was due to expire on 02/01/10 but failed to report and a warrant was issued in 2009 then you are not off the hook. The Court can suspend your probation if you violate the terms. Once it is ordered suspended then the Court retains jurisdiction until you are either relieved from probation supervision, continued on probation with a time extension, or revoked and sentenced to jail or prison.
It is frequently possible to start a new business and obtain a business license while on probation. However, this possibility and a probation officer's oversight depends on the conditions of the probation.