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Can minors travel with siblings?

Can minors travel with siblings?

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) strongly recommends that unless the child is accompanied by both parents, the adult have a note from the child’s other parent (or, in the case of a child traveling with grandparents, uncles or aunts, sisters or brothers, friends, or in groups*, a note signed by both parents) …

What documents do I need to fly with a minor?

They must provide proof of U.S. citizenship and a photo for their passport. Parents and guardians must produce valid IDs and official paperwork, such as a birth certificate, adoption papers or court documents that detail their legal custodial relationship to the minor.

What do I need to travel with my child as a minor?

“It is advisable to have the minor carry a written notarized consent letter from both parents (if both are listed on the child’s certificate of birth) before sending your child to travel as a minor with a guardian or chaperone.” Are you flying with kids within the US?

Can a child travel with only one parent?

Children – Child traveling with one parent or someone who is not a parent or legal guardian or a group If a child (under the age of 18) is traveling with only one parent or someone who is not a parent or legal guardian, what paperwork should the adult have to indicate permission or legal authority to have that child in their care?

Who are the parents of the children on the trip?

The names of the children on the trip and their primary address, phone number, date and place of birth, and name of at least one parent or legal guardian for each child. The name of the group and supervising adult (s) such as: School groups, teen tours, vacation groups.

How old do you have to be to travel alone as an unaccompanied minor?

Be sure to pack extra snacks if their trip includes a connecting flight. We want your child to have a safe and positive trip. For safety, we require children age 5 – 14 traveling alone to use our unaccompanied minor service. For children age 15 – 17, this service is optional.

“It is advisable to have the minor carry a written notarized consent letter from both parents (if both are listed on the child’s certificate of birth) before sending your child to travel as a minor with a guardian or chaperone.” Are you flying with kids within the US?

Children – Child traveling with one parent or someone who is not a parent or legal guardian or a group If a child (under the age of 18) is traveling with only one parent or someone who is not a parent or legal guardian, what paperwork should the adult have to indicate permission or legal authority to have that child in their care?

The names of the children on the trip and their primary address, phone number, date and place of birth, and name of at least one parent or legal guardian for each child. The name of the group and supervising adult (s) such as: School groups, teen tours, vacation groups.

Be sure to pack extra snacks if their trip includes a connecting flight. We want your child to have a safe and positive trip. For safety, we require children age 5 – 14 traveling alone to use our unaccompanied minor service. For children age 15 – 17, this service is optional.