International travel re-visited

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      Sandy Rozek
      Sandy Rozek

      The issue of being able to travel internationally continues to be high up in the areas of concern for those on the registry. NARSOL is totally committ
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    • #16448 Reply
      Huge waste of resources

      The problem with trying to overturn or loosen the grip of IML is that the USA federal govournment is not restricting the international travel of those on the sex offender registry, & their notification scheme is regulatory not punitive. Now the burdens encountered by registered citizens traveling throughout our country is a clearer violation of the constitution. I’m wondering if the government should implement “Public Registries” for all felony convictions or only those “groups of felons” with an “average” re-offense rate above 10%.

    • #16411 Reply

      This issue with international travel for those of us on the registry is null and void since the majority of men (mostly) who travel abroad for such sexual purposes are NOT on the registry and usually are upper middle class/upper class high end jobs (and politicians). This needs to be thrown in their faces.

    • #21423 Reply

      One thing I don’t understand, 16 or 17 years old sex offenders being treated like pedophiles even though they are not being label as pedophiles in their record but the laws are still apply to them? 16 years old is just a young person who doesn’t know the real world and the laws out there. When they grow up, they can change to be a responsible adult. The laws are getting worst and this doesn’t help them to have a better life. People treated them like garbage and they now are not the same teenager anymore. It is like torturing an innocent person. Laws suppose to be fair and not to be made to torture. We should not treat everyone the same or put them all in one same category. Young sex offenders and non pedophile sex offendors, specially those who have been a good citizen without any other criminal records should be waived from getting this stamp because they are not endanger any minor and they have change to be a great responsible person. Everyone deserves a second chance specially young offenders who have grown up to be a good citizen.

    • #48355 Reply

      Leaving for good. Have long term stay Visa. Passport has not been revoked or stamped. Must have it stamped at consulate before leaving country. Should I get new passport before I leave,? Any thoughts appreciated.


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