my husband wants to tranfer his prole from NY to Fl what she we do?

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my husband wants to tranfer his prole from NY to Fl what she we do?

We want to move out to Miami Fl from Bronx NY what will the procedure be, how long would it take and is it worth it?

Asked on April 26, 2009 under Criminal Law, New York

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

Generally, it's not all that involved a procedure.  Go to your parole officer and he will ask some basic questions as to why you want to move, exactly where you want to go, what will you do for a job, etc.  Unless he has a problem with any of those things, he'll contact the appropriate probation office and they will transfer your case.  This prodecure is essentially the same for both state and federal.  There's no cost to you for any of this.  As to whether or not it's worth it that's up to you to decide.

Of course this all assumes that there are no unusual circumstances/restrictions surrounding case.   But since you didn't disclose any I assume that you should  have no trouble in obtaining a transfer.

 

Anyway, absent any complicatio


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