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in order to have a parole transferred to another state, you son's case manager has to begin the Interstate Compact process. this is where your son's information is forward to a parole officer in NY and then the NY PO will file with the state of Missouri. most times, the process is not complete until after the inmate is released and reports to intake - which in his case would be NY since that is where he is currently incarcerated.
it is ultimately the decision of the receiving state to decide if they will supervise an offender who is paroled to another state.
the entire process could take 1 to 3 months after release. there is much paperwork and approvals that must occur. for instance, once Missouri receives the request they will need to send an investigator out to the home where he states will be living to see it it is suitable under the terms of his parole
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