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Old April 15th, 2010, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by SWeir View Post
You can also get a sample letter for this purpose at Sea U Onboard Carnival Parental Authorization Forms. There are two versions - one if the minor is traveling with one absent parent, and another is they are traveling with two absent parents. We are taking a friend of my son's who is 17 AND her parents are divorced so I'm going to have each of her biological parents do a letter. I sure don't want to have to leave her on the ship when we want to get off in Mexico!
I'm glad to see that you've figured out what you need!

Just an FYI to anyone else-if you don't have the proper documents the minor won't be able to board the ship. It's not a problem of leaving them on the ship in a port, they must be "legal" to get off the ship in every port before boarding.
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