In the course of the shift Sullivan Flynn began on 4 January. The restriction required Flynn to stay within 80 kilometers of Washington, although Sullivan also approved pre-planned international travel.
In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, Flynn's lawyers asked the judge to change the restriction to include Middletown, Rhode Island. The notification states that the Office of the Special Representative has "no objections" to the request.
The file states that Flynn traveled to Middletown and Alexandria, Virginia, a city outside of Washington, before the travel bans between the house he and his wife belonged to, renting an apartment.
Flynn was convicted earlier this month, and Sullivan emphasized at the hearing how seriously he viewed Flynn's crime.
"I do not hide my disgust, my contempt for your offense," said Sullivan.
Later that day, Flynn applied for a postponement of his sentence so he could have the opportunity to cooperate in federal investigations and try to mitigate the judge's disgust for his actions.