You should ask your PO to get their input. Once your fiance is paroled to the community and has a parole officer then I think he should clear it with his PO. Btw, have you asked your attorney this same question?
I agree with Mr. Jones. Seek input from your probation officer and your attorney to ensure that you and your fiancé don't violate the terms of your sentence. Once the two are you are able to marry, the two of you may want to consider pre marital counseling to give yourselves the best chance to make it work. Good luck.
You should certainty speak with your Probation Officer.
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