You can only travel while serving a community base sanction (Probation / Community Control / Parole) with the permission of the Court. Your PO is free to give you permission and not violate you but if you want to do it by the book then you must get permission from your Judge.
Other than a Court Order, nothing stops your PO from later denying that s/he gave you permission or for her forgetting that permission was given, and if that happens then you will face a violation.
Further, when it comes to international travel it is always a good idea to have a certified copy of a court order in your hands so that you avoid potential problems with ICE.
Have your lawyer (or hire one) to prepare, file, calendar and litigate the motion for you and then to secure a physical court order.
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