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The only way you can do this is getting written permission from your parole officer or if they refuse you have to file a motion to the parole board
and ask for permission to leave the state and the country for this purpose. If you do not get permission from the parole officer or parole board, you simply cannot leave without it being a parole violation. They do authorize such travel for family reasons, so it is not impossible, you just need to ask your parole officer first in writing and describe the reason and length of stay and if he denies you then you file a motion to the parole board asking them.
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