To let your minor child to travel outside the country with another individual, you must sign a permission to travel letter (Example: Father, Mother, Grandparents, Aunt, Uncle, etc..). A travel consent letter is something you can get from the airline, a travel company, or even online.
In essence, the letter will say that you are approving the person or persons to take your child abroad. The letter must include the following information: departure and arrival dates, your name, the child's name, the names of any companions, the destination country, the child's passport numbers, and the date of return. Include as much information as you can, including airline details.
The signer(s) of the letter granting permission must have their signatures notarized. All signatures must be notarized if a minor child needs authorization from both parents or legal guardians to leave the country. The paper can then be mailed to our office for processing after being notarized. You will need to download our apostille order forms and mail in your original notarized document to our office for processing. We advise that you look for a notary who will abide by local notarial regulations and has at least five years of expertise. The State will reject travel consent letters that have not been properly notarized, which will result in delays and increased fees.
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Apostilles may be challenging. Don't trust this technique to untrained workers or unqualified individuals who are unaware of the Apostille procedure and the particular needs of several countries. Your paperwork can be turned down, which would cost you time and money. Be awared!