Why Am I Required To Get Permission From The Other Parent To Get A Passport or Travel With My Child?
While the process for obtaining a passport for a minor or entering another country with a minor can be very frustrating the process is not in place to be difficult for the sake of being difficult.
If you can’t get the other parent to consent to obtaining a passport for your child, all is not lost, there are a few options for you to pursue obtaining a passport for your little ones.
Every once in a while, questions pop up in the Wandering Moms Facebook Group about whether or not one should purchase a Passport Book or a Passport Card and it can get slightly confusing so we'll break them both down here. The first callout is that both the Passport...
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Depending on where you are traveling to, you may need formal consent to travel with your child/children if you are not also traveling with the other parent listed on their birth certificate.
The passport process can seem a bit confusing but can be relatively easy as long as you a prepared.
This one step should be the first step in your international travel planning.
When your child flies without an adult, they fly as an Unaccompanied Minor (UNMR). There are additional fees and some additional rigor associated with your child's unaccompanied minor flight. The fees and requirements differ by airline, we have a list below that...
Here are a few things you should think about to help you get comfortable with your child flying alone.
The exact steps you’ll take from booking the flight to having your child picked up at the airport