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Asked on: 10/31/12, 4:15 pm

Aloha. I am currently on parole in the state of California and it is very important that I travel out of the country for a short period of time. But what I am concerned about is will I encounter difficulties departing the country when I go to fly out? The reason I ask this is because a couple of years ago I attempted to fly from Honolulu to Manila but was arrested at the airport as I attempted to board the flight. The difference between then and now was during that time I was on the run from parole and had a PAL warrant out for my arrest. At this time I have NO outstanding warrants. I am just simply on parole. I really don't want to go through the hassal of asking parole for permission to travel out of the country because for 1) It is a hassal, and 2) I have doubts as to whether they would grant it anyways. So what I am seeking to find out is will the fact that I am on parole prevent me from boarding an international flight? Does anyone have a solid answer to this question? With much respect and aloha, Nathanial

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