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Vichil

May 13, 2013, 8:51 AM

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Re: [sioux4noff] passport for kids? Another Consideration

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We took a Mexican child (13 year old) to Europe and we had to have passport and parental authorization that was notarized and on the parental authorization we were named the legal tutors for the duration of the trip. In case of accidents and so on we were allowed by both prents to have the child treated. We also had insurrance for him.
That was a requirement from France and the form came from the French consulate.

If the children have no legal father or guardian but the mother I would have a lawyer put that in wrting and have it officially translated in Spanish...just in case. I would also have a passport made for them. Better err on the safe side than having a problem from either side.
Mexico and France really check the papers went we went through the border.


(This post was edited by Vichil on May 13, 2013, 9:05 AM)


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