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child traveling out of the country with only one parent -- special permission needed??

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Someone told me you need a notarized letter authorizing permission to take your child (under age 16) out of the country if only one parent is traveling.

I've been trying to find information about this on the state dept travel website and just can't find anything. when i google the question, i come with affirmative answers under yahoo, etc., but nothing official.

My daughter and I are traveling separately from my husband and son -- different airlines/times-- in a few weeks. not sure what to do about this!

please advise...

thanks!

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