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Passport Regulations for Minors

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Hey all. My husband's ex-wife is wanting to take their 9 year old daughter to Mexico for her wedding. His daughter does not really want to go and he does not want to grant permission for her to get a passport.

My question is this...what steps do we need to take in order to keep her from taking their child out of the country? And what are the chances that my husband will be forced to allow her to go with her mom? She has threatened to go to court and we want to be prepared for anything that might come our way.

His ex-wife is beyond childish and very very selfish. She is not concerned about her child's safety and my husband is. His will only be with her for two days out of seven and he is concerned about who will or will not be with his daughter.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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