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I can't tie my suggestion for a notarized letter in with UK law, but it is recommended (not required) by the USA. Because of increasing instances of child abduction in custody cases, and a growing number of children who are the victims of trafficking or pornography, an immigration officer, airline, or travel company may ask you to provide some form of letter ...


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Most airlines have a bit about this on their site - for example, on RyanAir, for travel in the UK: Adults: Any photo ID which matches the passenger name in the booking. Infants and Children: Children under 16 years of age (travelling with an adult) on UK domestic flights can travel without photo identification. So no, they don't need ID to ...


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There are many options for a family visit to Jerusalem in the summer heat. After all most families in Israel have at least two children. The Israel Museum is air-conditioned and has plenty of Family Activities listed on their website, including a mini-theater Explore the Western Wall Tunnels, which feature 500 meters of cool space underneath the Western ...



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