You won't have any problem flying wishin US
You will not be able to get into Canada
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I believe you need permission either of the probation department or
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A probationer should never leave the state without permission from his/her probation officer. And you should get a travel permit. Sometimes these things will show up at the airport, at which time you will need to show the permit. Also, if for some reason you are stopped by police in another state, (such as for a traffic infraction) and they run your name, you will need to show them the permit or you may have trouble (such as being held until your probation officer can be located). Whether the person you are traveling with sees that you are on probation may take some work on your part, but they are more likely to find out if you do not have a permit.
And my colleague is correct, you will not be allowed into Canada. If you are traveling to any other country, you should check with that country's consulate to make sure you won't have problems with their immigration people.
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