I have been in a relationship with a Moroccan man for six year´s ,we have two son´s five and eighteen month´s we are not married ,i was made to go to morocco with my son´s but i no longer want to be with him ,i had to come back to Spain where my parents live to renew my passport but he would not let me bring the my children with me the children have Spanish family book´s and British passport´s, will i be able to get them back as i want them to have a better life here in Spain or in England. My eldest son has his father´s surname and mine but my youngest son only has my surname as his father was not around when he was registered. could you please let me know what are my option´s about getting them back thank you.
State/Country relating to question: Morocco
spoke to all the embassys and human rights also a spanish lawyer .
I am an spanish attorney
I am sorry to say thay´s a big problem as long as they are in Morocco.
In a european country it could be easier to get a judge order to force the father to give the kids back to you, but no in Morocco
My advice its that as soon as possible get the help of the spanish embassy to ask for legal help and a local solicitor in order to force the father to give the cjildren to you, but It could be a big legal way if the father do not want to allow because in Morocco you are not going to get the legal security you have in europe
Even you will have to denounce him in Morocco and in spain for addubted the kids from you
Ask for the embassy help and contract a local solicitor to try to force the father to give the kids back, but be advice that the fight is going to be hard and long
I will be here if you need more help
Here you got the international agement between spain and morocco over the ilegal movements of kids
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