He can certainly make the request. Generally whether or not to grant the request is up to his parole office or the parole board.Ask a similar question
I don't see why not. It will be important that his anticipated home address be in Minnesota. That should serve as a basis for his parole to be here.
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Yes. However, the state where the parole is to be transferred must accept the transfer. there is sometimes a cost associated with it.
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Yes, it is possible for a transfer request to be made. Reunification of family members is often an aim.
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