Once done with probation, there would be nothing in the United States that would prevent foreign travel. There are some countries that will not allow you to enter their country if you have a felony conviction.
It depends on where you are traveling. Some countries may not allow convicted felons to enter their country. You should check with the Secretary of State's website.
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I agree with my colleagues that you should not be prevented from traveling once you have completed probation, however some countries may not admit you based upon your criminal record.
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