Question: Does a person who has been convicted of a sex crime elsewhere have to register as a sex offender in Wisconsin?

Answer: Yes. If a person is required to register in another state and they move to Wisconsin, the great likelihood is that they will continue to have to register and they will be added to the registry in Wisconsin and will have to comply with those requirements.

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