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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    for sure it is required.

    last time i went thru, they double and triple checked. even took my kid aside asking him who i was and who he was and where he was going and why, etc.

    not only do you have to have a letter, it has to be signed and notorized.

    better safe than sorry!
    Good to know, tnx
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    An update, I wasn't asked to show the document..

    I got the document done for a year, and it's best to put down many countries, the doc can be for 5 years or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge View Post
    ... best to put down many countries, the doc can be for 5 years or more.
    So the whole world for 18 years?
    One document covers all you need when the child is below 18 years of age, wishful thinking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans.KK View Post
    So the whole world for 18 years?
    One document covers all you need when the child is below 18 years of age, wishful thinking?
    If it's asked to be seen, if correct names and dates, all is ok.


    What I did find out is this document for permission to travel with, is usually done by Russians when one parent is applying for a visa for their child.
    The visa might not be issued without this document, that's if only one parent applies for the child's visa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge View Post
    What I did find out is this document for permission to travel with, is usually done by Russians when one parent is applying for a visa for their child.
    Correct, certainly when it comes to a Schengen visa. But, they will only accept one with the dates of the required visa, not until the child's 18th birthday!
    Go where you are celebrated not tolerated.

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    As it turns out, Italians accepted a notarized consent given until the child's 18th birthday from a friend of mine a few weeks ago, so rules (thankfully) appear to have changed!
    Go where you are celebrated not tolerated.

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