Transfer Probation from One State to Another?

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Transferring probation to another state is very difficult to do. If your probation is in good standing and you have family in another state that is willing to be responsible for you, you may be eligible for a transfer. You have to pay a non-refundable fee and fill out an application. Not only will the sentencing court have to approve the application but the new state will have to accept you. Never leave the state without an approved travel pass or transfer as it could leave to a re-sentencing no matter what your reason was.
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