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Old March 26th, 2011, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by doopydozer View Post
If there is another parent involved make sure that you get a notarized letter agreeing to let you leave the US with the daughter.
Something like this will work for the OP:
CONSENT FOR MINOR CHILDREN TO TRAVEL
Date:_____________________
I (we):_____________________________________________ _________________
authorize my/our minor child(ren):_______________________________________ ____
to travel to:_________________________________ on:_________________________
aboard Airline/Flight Number:________________________________________
and/or Cruise Ship:_____________________________________________ with:
__________________________________________________ __________. Their expected
date of return is _______________________.
In addition, I (we) authorize:______________________________________ to consent
to any necessary routine or emergency medical treatment during the aforementioned trip.


Signed:_________________________________ (Parent)

Signed:_________________________________ (Parent)

Address:________________________________________

_______________________________________________

Telephone:______________________________________


Sworn to and signed before me, a Notary Public,

this _______ day of _______________, 20____

________________________________________
Notary Public Signature and Seal
__________________
Your Travel "angel" ~~~ Curtis

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