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Travelling with one parent consent form
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alina.haider
Posted 2017-11-19 9:30 PM (#91765)
Subject: Travelling with one parent consent form
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Good evening all!

We travelling to motherland for festive period and my husband is travelling at different date to me and our daughter. So we doing this travelling permission consent form. Do we need to get it notarised or stamped by some legal person or just daddy just completes the form and we are good to go?

Thank you.

Alina
Sokol
Posted 2017-11-19 10:06 PM (#91766 - in reply to #91765)
Subject: Re: Travelling with one parent consent form
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If one parent travelling with a child, no permission needed from other parent in order to get to and from Russia.
Mel
Posted 2017-11-20 4:54 AM (#91767 - in reply to #91766)
Subject: Re: Travelling with one parent consent form


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Sokol is correct, however, some border police are quiet curious to say the least, and once, our daughter travelling with her son (without the father) was asked many questions, now she always carries son's birth certificate with her, just in case.

HTH. 

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