In general it is very difficult, if not impossible, to travel to any country if you have a record of convictions for violent or sexual crimes, repeated convictions for felonies, or a recent conviction for a serious crime.
Some countries prohibit their own citizens from leaving if they have serious criminal histories.
What countries can a convicted felon travel to?
So, any persons with a valid U.S. passport can enter without issues, even a convicted felon.
No Visa Country and Convicted Felon
- Caribbean countries.
- European countries.
- New Zealand.
Can a felon travel to Europe?
If allowed entry, all U.S. tourists, including felons, may travel freely from one Schengen area country to another without having to show their passport. For felons especially, their conduct while in Europe is critical.
Can a convicted felon travel to England?
Requirements to Enter EnglandThose U.S. citizens who stay in the country less than 90 days need to have only a passport. No visa is required. Felons would do best if they plan their stay in the country to be limited to less than 90 days in order to not have to be subjected to having their criminal record checked.
Can you leave the country on felony probation?
Traveling on Felony ProbationIf you are on felony probation, the terms of your probation may state that you are not allowed to travel out of the county in which you reside. Based on the terms of your probation, your probation officer may be able to grant you permission to travel.