Can a minor travel to US without parents?
Minors may be able to travel to another country without either one of their parents.
They may however require a notarized written consent letter from both parents.
Minors interested in traveling without their parents should contact the embassy to address admissibility questions.
Do you need a notarized letter to travel with a minor?
Having your Child Travel Consent witnessed or notarized decreases the chance of travel authorities questioning its validity. The country you are traveling to and the airline you are using will affect the signing details. Be sure to check their policies before signing, especially when traveling with a minor abroad.
How do I write a letter of permission for my child to travel?
To whom it may concern; I/We, [Full Name of both parents, if applicable], am/are the [lawful guardian(s), parental authority] of my/our son, [Child’s Full Name], born on [DOB], passport number [passport number and expiration date], traveling to [Location], to travel under the supervision of the [Name of Airline] staff.
Do you need a notarized letter to travel with child UK?
A letter from the person with parental responsibility for the child is usually enough to show you’ve got permission to take them abroad. You might be asked for the letter at a UK or foreign border, or if there’s a dispute about taking a child abroad.