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 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 you write a letter of consent for a child to travel with grandparents?
I/We (insert name of parent or parents) consent to allow my child/children (insert names and ages of children) to travel with their grandparents (insert names of grandparents) to (insert general travel destination or destinations) during the period from (insert date of departure) to (insert date of return).
How do I write a travel permission letter?
- Maintain a formal professional tone.
- State reason for your request of the travel permission.
- Avoid misunderstandings or confusion by using proper grammar and spellings.
- Present a strong case or reason for seeking approval.
- Give detailed points and facts on the nature of her visit and time of stay.