Not in most cases. Check with your probation officer to be sure.
ok I am going to add to this answer because i freaked out a few times in the last 12 months when i did this and read all these useless post commented on by people with zero experience with it. I have been on supervised probation for the past two years and it just ended last week, while on probation i went to Cancun Mexico without permission from my probation officer on two occasions, traveled domestically using airplanes dozens of times without permission and even asked for permission to go to rome Italy and got denied, went anyway and had no problem, bottom line, as long as you schedule your trip around your monthly meeting, make your payments, and dont draw attention to yourself while overseas you will get away with it. probation offciers are state employees, not FBI agents, they dont have access to tsa records and even if they wanted them they would need to know the name of the airline the fight number etc to check if you traveled, passport records are not available to them at all. the only time they will know is if your license gets run by a cop in another state or u are arrested. behave and enjoy your trip!
if you are on a prison license and go abroad without permission how will the authority such as probation workers and the police no you have gone abroad?
I would call your probation officer to find out.
Yes. However, your probation may limit whether you are able to travel. Check with your probation documents and PO before making travel plans.
Can you travel abroad if you have had a felony? If still on probation no. And depending on what country you travel to you might be turned away at customs. You should contact individual customs office prior to traveling or you may be turned away before you officially enter the country.
yes you can, i got mine..
The present one
Your probation documents will tell you how far you may travel, if at all.
Sure with the permission of your probation officer. If your officer is okay with you taking a trip or visiting someone out of State your officer can issue you a travel permit.
Don't forget - while on probation you are under the control and supervision of the court. You must ask the court for permission to travel, sometimes even to travel out of state. If the judge approves the travel there should be no problem.
Talk to your probation officer. Sometimes they can approve travel if it isn't a far distance. If it is out of state you usually need a court mandated letter signed by a judge
This will depend on several things. First, did you get permission from your probation officer? If so, provided you adhered to the terms of the permission to travel outside the country, you are fine. If not, keep reading. Second, were you caught traveling outside the country while on probation? If not, you got lucky and will probably not have anything happen to you, unless someone finds out about it and notifies your probation officer. If you didn't have permission to travel outside the country while on probation and you get caught, you could be punished by anything from an extension of your probation to having your probation revoked and being put in jail for the original conviction.
I would like to travel abroad for the whole summer.The man wanted to travel abroad.
Leaving the state without permission from a Probation Officer is considered violating the probation. Permission will have to be granted for any out of state travel, and sometimes travel outside of one's county. It is best to check with the probation officer before leaving the state.
Check your paperwork, your travel restrictions should all be contained there. If you are on FELONY probation the likliehood is very high that you have some kind of travel restriction imposed on you. Ask your parole officer.
Yes, you can get married while on probation, but it may require the written permission of your probation officer.
It depends on the respective authorities and the terms of the federal probation. While former prisoners are free to travel from Pennsylvania to Las Vegas, many of them are under supervision and surveillance for several months and even years. With the above said, it can be noted that the terms of Federal probation are based on the type of crime the former inmate was charged with. Many people on probation are required to have periodic drug tests, in such situations, distant travel would be restricted and in the example of Nevada and Pennsylvania, that distance of travel may not be available.
You can travel abroad if you have a suspended sentence. You may already have a passport which wouldn't effect your ability to travel at all.
Next year, I'll travel abroad.
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It depends on the terms of your probation. Typically, probation prohibits international travel.
Your probation will be revoked.
Travel insurance is the basic need if you are going abroad. Because you do not what will happen next with you. So for safer side you should insure yourself while travelling.
For the same reasons anyone else travels abroad.
As long as you have a valid passport and you are not on the Interpol 'lookout list', you should be fine.
Ask your probation officer for a travel permit. Almost all will allow a permit to attend the funeral of a loved one and to spend time with family.