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Has anyone dealt with interstate compact from Washington to Oregon? How did it go? Any guidance on what procedures to take? From what I have seen, it can take from 45-60 days once the receiving state receives the paperwork.

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I haven't dealt with it, but seem to recall reading about it somewhere. It was my understanding that it's more common to be approved between Oregon & Washington than between other states out there, but there's no guarantee that it will be approved. 60 - 90 days is what I vaguely remember for the timing after they receive the paperwork.

Usually the states want a 1-for-1 trade on transfers, so to be approved, there needs to be someone wanting to transfer from WA to OR.

Beyond that, I'm not sure. Wish I had more information for you
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You might want to try looking here for information: http://www.prisontalk.com/forums/sho...ompact&page=68 The original post is old, but if you skip to the end of the thread and work your way backwards, people have been answering questions.

Also, here a bunch of info from the Oregon side of things: http://www.oregon.gov/DOC/CC/pages/i...e_compact.aspx

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Also, here is a link to Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision, the rules / timeline for IC are spelled out:

https://www.interstatecompact.org/

EDIT: I believe what Ginger is referring to (a one-for-one swap) is when the offender is to remain incarcerated; IC for transferring parole is not a one-for-one swap.
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Assuming you meet the requirements, it depends on where you're wanting to move. Since probation and parole are done at the county level, it's hard to give a blanket answer.

I've been able to get reporting instructions within a day or two for the Portland area and had to wait nearly a month in other areas.

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