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Obtaining a US Passport with a Felony
Obtaining a US Passport with a Felony

If you’re facing felony charges or if you’ve been convicted of a felony in Texas, you may be wondering if a felony conviction can bar you from obtaining a US passport – a reasonable question. Under federal law, there are specific reasons why US citizens can be denied a US ...

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  • Obtaining a US Passport with a Felony

    If you’re facing felony charges or if you’ve been convicted of a felony in Texas, you may be wondering if a felony conviction can bar you from obtaining a US passport – a reasonable question. Under ...

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