Taking Your Children on Holiday | Getting Parental Permission (UK)
Before you take a child abroad, you need to get consent from their parents or legal guardians, or from a court. This is normally provided in the form of a letter. If you take a child out of the country without the relevant permissions, you could be charged with child abduction. Talk to us today to find out what the letter should include.
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