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Old 03-02-2017, 05:35 PM
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Question Denied visitation in Missouri HELP

I applied for visitation with an inmate at FCC. I just found i was DENIED. The only reason i could come up with is that i list SISTER instead of FRIEND on the vising form but could something so simple cause a denial... Im so DISAPPOINTED. If that is the reason it was denied can i just correct the ERROR????
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Lying on a Visit application is not something "simple." If that's the problem, expect to be denied right along. After you find out exactly why you've been denied, write a letter to the Warden and request a reconsideration of visiting privileges. I hope there is a correctable simple explanation...

It was not a "error," lying on the application was intentional....you know it, and they'll know it. I hope that wasn't the reason for the denial

EDIT: Did you get those warrants taken care of? Maybe it has something to do with that

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Why would you lie in the first place. Don't expect to be out in any list any time soon.
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Concur with the others...this is NOT a 'simple' mistake. It was a conscious decision to lie on a State document. The only remote chance I could see of getting around this issue would be if it was one of the few agencies that uses check boxes for the relationship and the two were literally on top of each other. Even then, the agency will know you were trying to game the system but MIGHT allow you to resubmit an application in a year or two.

Lying to government agencies has consequences...
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