Now that we can travel again many people would like to do so. In certain situations, you may need a travel consent letter. Having the correct documentation can prevent confusion and chaos at the airport.
Who needs a travel consent letter?
A minor (under the age of majority 18 or 19, depending on the province or territory they live in) who is:
- Traveling alone
- Traveling with friends
- Traveling with only one parent (or legal guardian) or other family member (not a parent)
- Traveling with an organization (i.e.: hockey team or school trip)
A travel consent letter is not a mandatory legal requirement, but is strongly recommended by the Canadian Government that minors carry a consent to travel letter if they are travelling abroad.
The Government also recommends that this letter be signed by every non-accompanying person with the legal right to make major decisions for the youth.
Getting your Travel Consent Letter Notarized is Easy!
Act Now Legal Services has made it easy for you. Just click here to fill out the document, save it to your computer or phone, and call (705)252-5213 to book an appointment to have it notarized.