Can a Felon Get a Passport?

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That is entirely up to the discretion of the Passport Agency. According to U.S. Department of State, there is no question on the application form about arrests or convictions.
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1. Carefully review and fill out a passport application form DS-11. Be sure to read it carefully and ensure all information is correct as you will be sworn under oath when you turn
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(in the US) Once a felon has served their time and is free of any court ordered restrictions on his travel, there are no restrictions on his applying for a passport. The real question
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Apply just like anyone else. If the person is on parole or probation, they may have restrictions from travel. And those with warrants may be denied. And certain countries may deny
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You can't be on probation or parole, or still in custody.
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