What does a child need to cross the border into Canada?
All minors entering Canada must present evidence of citizenship, such as a government-issued birth certificate, a passport or passport card at the Canadian border. The child’s parent or guardian should also have proof of the child’s identity.
Can a minor travel to Canada without a parent?
Children under the age of 18 are considered minors in Canada. Minors who try to enter Canada without the proper documents, or who are with adults other than their parents or legal guardian(s), will be checked more closely.
Can you use birth certificate to get into Canada?
While a U.S. citizen’s government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, and proof of U.S. citizenship, such as a birth certificate or naturalization certificate, are sufficient to cross into Canada, you’ll need additional documents to re-enter the United States, according to Liz Jones of Leaf Group.
Do I need fathers permission to take child abroad?
You must get the permission of everyone with parental responsibility for a child or from a court before taking the child abroad. You automatically have parental responsibility if you’re the child’s mother, but you still need the permission of anyone else with parental responsibility before you take the child abroad.
Can I take my child abroad if they have a different surname?
Bring any document that could prove the relationship with the child. Ensure you have relevant documents: passports, birth certificates and marriage certificates. If you’re travelling under your maiden name with children of a different surname, a marriage certificate alongside your passport will ‘prove’ who you are.
Can you give your child a different last name Canada?
You cannot give your baby a surname made up of more than two last names. All the children born to the same parents must have the same surname.
How do you fly with a child with a different last name?
All you have to do is just make sure the form has the following details:
- The child’s complete name, as mentioned on birth certificate.
- The companion (your) name.
- The dates you are traveling.
- The destination you’re heading to.
- The parents’ names and contact information.
- A small statement of permission from the parent(s)