I am on 18 months probation but my probation officer wants to give me the go ahead to leave the country in written words but they put me under the section 212 moral turpitude but I have a clean police record to show my prove even tho I pleaded guilty I wasn't registered as a sex offender the conviction was not recorded.....
Well, you have answered your own question, haven't you. If there is no waiver available, the p/o cannot apply for one. You need to clarify your question a bit.
This still sounds like an immigration question to me.
As an aside, it of not your PO's job to apply for anything for you.
Your PO's job is limited to supervising and violating and nothing more.
Anything else is on you to accomplish (or not).
Again, wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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