Travel consent documents are vital when a child is travelling without one or both parents or legal guardians. They typically include:
- Parental Consent Forms: These documents are signed by parents or legal guardians to grant permission for a child to travel.
- Affidavits of Consent: Sometimes, a notarised affidavit stating consent for a child’s travel is required.
- Unaccompanied Minor Forms: Airlines may require notarised forms when a minor is flying alone.
- Grandparent Travel Permission Letters: When a grandparent is accompanying a grandchild, a notarised travel permission letter might be necessary.