Can I leave the country on probation in usa?
Only if you get permission from your probation officer which isn't going to happen. So yes you can still leave, but in doing so you will break your probation, an arrest warrant will be issued and you will be going back to prison to serve out the rest of your sentence plus whatever they tack on for breaking probation.
IF you have your passport. You could attempt to leave the country. You might get away with it. when you land somewhere is when you have the next issue. That place does not have to let you in and can just send you back. You can ask for permission to leave the jurisdiction of your probation order. It might be approved. USUALLY it is not.
That would depend on the rules of your probation. If it is not allowed but you go anyway expect to go to jail for probation violation upon your return
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You can leave unless forbidden by court order, your passport is seized or you aren't allowed to get one. There's a good chance that you will be denied entry to another country.
That's up to the terms of your probation. Most of the time travel is highly restricted. Do you have your passport? If no, then yes you will be stopped. Applying for one will be denied when your record shows you are on probation. If you do leave, then you will be in breach of your probation terms.
It is common for a person on probation not to be allowed to leave the state without receiving express written consent from his or her probation officer. Before leaving the state or country, it is important that the defendant speaks with his or her parole officer about potential plans to see if this travel is permitted.
I don't know whether they have an electronic list of people on probation.
Not very smart to do so without asking for permission.
If you have a passport then I guess you can leave.