http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/parole/03.01.05_parole_policy.pdf I found this Texas Parole Policy memo which answers your question. You need the permission of your husbands parole officer to make such a trip. This is why I asked about your husband's relationship with the parole officer.
III. OUT-OF-COUNTRY TRAVEL
A. Out-of-country travel is to locations that are not signatories of the Interstate Probation and Parole Compact. States and territories belonging to the Compact are the 49 United States, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. Massachusetts is the only state that has not signed the Interstate Compact Agreement. 9/02/05 PD/POP-3.1.5 Page 3 of 3
B. Travel by offenders to locations beyond the jurisdiction and control of the Compact requires the approval of the Board of Pardons and Paroles (Board). Offenders wishing to request out of country travel must meet the criteria as stated in II.A.1. To request Board approval to allow a Texas offender to travel out-of-country, the field officer shall submit an E-transmittal in OIMS containing specific reason(s) for travel, dates of departure and return, mode of travel and destination address. Parole Officers shall staff with their supervisors and run a criminal history check prior to submitting the request.
If the Parole Officer does not grant permission, is it possible for you to postpone the trip until when your husband is released?
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