International Travel

International Travel For Registrants

International travel is something that most folks forced to register as “sex offenders” are denied. Sometimes that’s simply because of money or family issues. Other times, it’s because of a certain compelled speech issue: The human-rights-violating passport branding component of the 2016 International Megan’s Law, an amendment to the Adam Walsh Act. We, here at Just Facts, along with all nation signatories of international human rights legislation (ICCPR & ICESCR), believe that it is every human’s right to travel freely both within his country and to another without impedance. The American government does not recognize human rights for its citizens, especially for registrants.

We are here to offer up some assistance for what limited travel is available. This handy guide is a tool to help you decide where to plan your next trip. Some quick points to keep in mind when checking these countries:

  • Most countries that don’t require a visa for Americans will generally be much easier to enter with some notable exceptions like Australia, South Korea, Japan, Mexico, or Canada.
  • Beware of airlines that fly directly to countries that rely on US assistance. They will perform an NCIC lookup at the airport of departure when scanning a passport. If there’s a hit they will deny you a boarding pass if the destination country requires it. Some countries have laws barring ALL people with criminal records from entering, not just “sex offenders”. So please save yourself the MAJOR hassle and do not even try.
  • Islands and other colonies (mostly in the Caribbean and South Pacific) that are governed by foreign powers have similar entry requirements as their host nations. For example, Tahiti (French Polynesia) is governed by France and therefore follows French immigration policy. The governing nation is listed in () next to any such protectorate.

Enter The Matrix

Last updated: 03/25/2023

Many thanks to the good folks at RTAG (Registry Travel Action Group) for developing the original travel matrix. They deserve credit for the idea and initial entries. We have expanded on the original matrix to include every country on Earth. That’s right: we’re going balls to the wall on this one. We need everyone’s help to make it the most complete and comprehensive travel matrix in existence!

Something to keep in mind when viewing the travel matrix: the countries that deny entry to RSOs, but don’t require a visa, do so ONLY BECAUSE THEY RECEIVE AN INTERPOL GREEN NOTICE from the US “Angel Watch” scumbags. This prevents directly traveling there from an airport in America.

Travel Matrix For Registrants (and others!)

Please send us some information about any country we have incorrect data about or you may have been to, along with any stories about your trip that you’d like to share!

Freedom of movement is the very essence of our free society. Once we curtail the right to travel, all other rights suffer.

William O. Douglas (Former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States) Tweet

Accuracy Notice

We work diligently and in good faith to keep this matrix as current as possible. As you can see, this chart is far from complete. We sometimes make mistakes and we will update this as we get more information on country status. This chart is only a guide. It is not a 100% guarantee because of the constant changing of laws around the world. We are not responsible for any inconvenience due to incorrect information.

Please feel free to contact us and let us know of your travels and any difficulties you experience. Also, if you find there is an error with any of the above countries, let us know so we can keep it up-to-date! Safe travels to all!