Apostilling a Travel Consent Form is easy as 1-2-3!
1. Download and complete our order form.
2. Mail your original document and the order form to us.
3. Receive your apostilled Travel Consent Form at your address anywhere in the world!
Please visit Our Services page to begin the process of making your documents legal in a foreign country.
To avoid any delays or other issues with your apostilled documents, make sure your Travel Consent Form is prepared by a licensed Notary Public from the state of your residency with at least five years of experience and thorough knowledge of the notarial laws of their state. Incorrectly notarized travel consent letters will not be accepted by the State, resulting in travel delays and unplanned expenses. Please check that your notarized travel consent form bears the notary’s signature, the notary affidavit, the date, and the notary seal.
Travel Consent Form is usually needed when a minor child travels internationally with only one parent or another adult (grandparents, older siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.). Travel Consent Forms need to be done in English, notarized by a local notary and apostilled before they can be translated into the language of the country of the child’s destination. The letter should include the following information: dates of travel, the full name and passport details of a consenting parent, the full names and passport details of the child and the person accompanying the child on this trip, the country of destination. Please check with your travel agent or an airline for their specific requirements and make sure you follow them precisely to avoid any issues during the trip.
The travel consent form must be signed by the person giving permission and notarized for apostille. If both parents or legal custodians are permitting a minor child to travel outside of the USA, then both should sign it and their signatures must be notarized. You can then mail to our office the original notarized consent form for processing the apostille.
At Global Apostille, we apostille Travel Consent Forms notarized in all of 50 States and the District of Columbia (Washington DC). If the country requesting your Travel Consent Form is not a member of the Hague Apostille Convention, then your document may need further authentication at the U.S. Department of State, and legalization through the Embassy / Consulate office.