Why do I need an apostille on a Travel Consent Letter?
If a minor child travels without parents, or with only one parent, a notarized Travel Consent Letter is required. If a destination is outside of the United States, a Travel Consent Letter must also be attested with an apostille. Generally, a Travel Consent Letter can be obtained from the airline, or you can find plenty of free samples online. Most notaries can also help you prepare a text for the travel consent letter before notarizing it.
How can I get an apostille on a Travel Consent Letter?
To obtain an apostille on a Travel Consent Letter, you will need to mail to our office a notarized original letter. Please note, that digitally notarized letters of travel consent are not accepted. The Travel Consent Letter will receive an apostille from the same state where it was initially notarized. For example, if you have prepared and notarized your Travel Consent Letter in California, it will receive an apostille from the state of California.
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Global Apostille can apostille Travel Consent Letters notarized in any of the US States. We have been assisting clients with document authentication for use abroad since 2004. We apostille travel consent letters, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, birth certificates, death certificates, diplomas, background checks, wills, and much more. Global Apostille is your unbeatable source for apostille services!
If you need to apostille a Travel Consent Letter, contact Global Apostille today! Our experts are available Monday through Friday from 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM. Please call us at 1-770-447-0360 or toll-free 866-416-0747, and we will answer all your questions and offer easy-to-follow detailed instructions.