The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) is an agreement among the 50 states, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia that allows individuals paroled by one state to be supervised in another state.
The authority for the Interstate Compact is contained in Section 259-mm of the Executive Law.
Inmates paroled or conditionally released to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) warrant and subsequently deported are prohibited from reentering the United States without the written permission of the appropriate United States Immigration officials, Board of Parole, and DOCCS.
Parolee deported cannot reenter the United States unless they are authorized to re-enter. If parolees illegally reenter the United States and are convicted of illegal reentry, 8 U.S.C. §1326 authorizes the United States District Court to impose a period of imprisonment of up to 10 years and a fine. Illegal reentry may also be the basis for a revocation of parole or conditional release.
Parolee not subject to deportation and released from ICE custody, must report, in person, to their parole officer at the bureau (office) location listed on the DOCCS certificate of release to supervision form.
A parolee is expected to comply with each of the conditions of release as listed on the certificate of release agreement. In addition, a parolee is expected to comply with any additional written conditions of release imposed by the parole officer.
If the parolee's supervision is transferred under the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) agreement, the parolee must comply with both the conditions imposed by New York State and any conditions imposed by the receiving state.
If deported, the parolee must comply with all applicable conditions of release and must not reenter the United States without the written permission of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, Board of Parole, and DOCCS.