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Hi, My daughter who is 3 and has a UK passport needs to go

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Hi,
My daughter who is 3 and has a UK passport needs to go to Italy for 2 weeks with her grandmother (my mother) who has an Italian passport and return to the UK accompanied by her uncle (my brother) who also has an Italian passport.

What kind of consent do I need to give for this to happen?

Many thanks,
Barbara
Hello Barbara,

I suggest you write a consent letter for your mother and brother to show to the authorities as follows:

your name and address
date
telephone number



To whom it may concern.

This is to confirm that I (Mothers name) holder of UK passport number XXXXXXXXX give my permission for my daughter (Child's name) holder of UK passport number XXXXXXXXX to visit Italy (which city) with my mother (her name) holder of Italian passport number XXXXXXXXX.

Set out flight details and dates of travel and also give details of your daughter's return to the UK with your brother and give details of his Italian passport number.


signed by you:

(Mothers signature)
(Mothers name printed)


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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX assuming that it doesn't make any difference the fact the my passport is italian?
No it doesn't.

All the best
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