How to get state permission for repetitive interstate transport route for felon

Cascade Windows has a job for a trucker running repetitive delivery routes from Salt Lake City to Colorado. Will be out of state four days; in state three days each week.


How to get state approval for felon?

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Oct 27, 2015
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Jul 14, 2015
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by: Anonymous

I had the same question. There are tons of regional and OTR jobs out there and it would make things a lot easier if there were some kind of standing permission to leave the state for the purpose of work.

Jul 14, 2015
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by: Anonymous

I had the same question. There are tons of regional and OTR jobs out there and it would make things a lot easier if there were some kind of standing permission to leave the state for the purpose of work.

Jul 02, 2015
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Getting an out-of-state pass NEW
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someone I know just started driving as an owner-operator because he couldn't get hired as a 2-time felon. His parole officer issues him a 14-day pass with his 1st destination on it (city and state). He goes to the first officer he sees (weigh station, truck stop, etc) and they sign the paper saying that he was present in their state.

His first week out, he didn't know how this worked so he had to fly from Atlanta, Ga to Arkansas, rent a car, and drive to the courthouse... UGH!

I would say it depends on your personal situation but this is how it works in Fulton County, Ga jurisdiction.

Hope this helps :-)

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