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Travel with children of all ages from infants to toddlers to teenagers.

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Universal Studios Japan (Express ticket for child age 3)

Does a child (3 years old) need an express ticket to Universal Studios Japan if his parents have express passes?
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How to set up a virtual payment card on a phone that a child can use abroad (Poland) to withdraw cash and pay in shops?

I've got a bit of a situation at hand. As a result of a last-minute cancellation my daughter (14yo) has a chance to go on an organised trip to Poland (from Latvia where we live). They leave very early ...
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Why were passengers asked to leave infant boarding pass on the seat when leaving then plane?

Recently I was flying 2 times with charter airlines. The "after landing" communication which usually says to stay in your seats and keep your belt fastened had an additional note which I've ...
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Answering "Do your parents both have valid visas?" when only one has

My son is 4 years old, and while I am filling out questions on the new CGI Portal (for applying B2 visa to the USA), I came across a question: Do your parents both have valid visas? In our case, one ...
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Travelling to The UK alone with a child accompanied visa [duplicate]

i was going to travel to the UK alone and i recently just got my visa however i didnt realise that the name of my father would be mentioned on my visa stating that my visa is only valid if i am ...
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Need a notarized consent letter when entering the US coming from Germany, with my son without his mother?

When traveling to the US with a minor, the official websites ask for a consent letter, "preferably notarized". So what does that mean in practice - will I be at substantial risk of child ...
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Car Seat policy on Avianca

I'm flying Avianca, on international flight, Los Angeles to São Paulo (LAX-SAO), with a 3-year-old child. Can I check-in a car seat for free? Can I take a car seat with me in flight for free? I can't ...
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US citizen abroad in a country on the visa waiver program, has a baby eligible for citizenship, can I bring him on a foreign passport

I am a US citizen abroad in a country on the visa waiver program, I have a baby eligible for citizenship but due to backlog, to book an appointment at the consulate to make a consular report of birth ...
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Visa for baby US to Australia

I'm travelling with my husband and baby to Australia in a month, and we applied for ETA visas using the app, but my husband mistakenly put "No" under "Are you the applicant" for ...
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USA resident minor traveling Jamaica— USA — Jamaica

My 3 year old son is in the country of his birth (Jamaica)but he is also a USA resident I want to spend a week with him then send him back to his mom can I buy a two way ticket when he is coming to ...
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Question about F2 visa [coming to US without F1 visa holder]

I am F1 visa holder since I am a graduate student at the University X and my visa has expired in March of 2022 and I did not renew my visa since then. This fall I am joining University Y as postdoc ...
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Travelling with my partner and child - child has different nationality/passport

My partner and I (British nationals) are travelling to the Republic of Ireland with our son, who was born in Canada and holds a Canadian passport. Will this cause any issues when we board a plane? We ...
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How do I go through UK immigration with my young child who has a visa while I have a British passport?

I will soon be traveling to the UK with my very young (as in not quite walking yet) child who is an Indian citizen. I have a British passport. We'll be arriving at London Stansted. I've been there ...
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Child travelling with non-relative adult on Air Baltic

I will soon be flying with Air Baltic from London to Tbilisi, transferring in Riga. Along with my family, my friends' child will be travelling with us. The child is 11 years old and will be staying ...
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How far does travel insurance cover stretch?

My wife and I are traveling soon, and have purchased separate travel insurance for the trip. Most of our children are not traveling with us. Our daughter, over 18 but a dependent, fell ill recently, ...
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Can my 20 years old child enter UK on her own with a C Visit Child Accompanied visa? [duplicate]

As a family are all Turkish citizens and I got a 10 years multiple entry C Visit Child Accompanied visa when my daughter was 16 years old. Now she is 20 years old and studying in Amsterdam and she is ...
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Traveling to London with Children - what's the best way to get Youth fares?

I know there are already plenty of Oyster card questions here, but I can't find any recent information on travelling with children to London. My situation is this: There will be 5 of us travelling, 2 ...
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Fiji Airways lounge access: can I take my child for free?

Flying to NZ from the US, have a 4 or 5 hour stop in Fiji. Am considering paying for lounge passes for myself and my wife, just wondering if we would also need to pay for one for our 9yo so we can ...
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Can I add a 7 month old infant to our booked flight at check in?

When I booked our group flight, I forgot one passenger had a 7 month old baby that would be sitting on her lap and therefore flying free of charge. I have contacted my booking agent and made the ...
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Will any Oxford College accommodate a family including children?

I would like to visit Oxford (UK) and stay in a college. Many (most?) Oxford colleges offer B&B accommodation out of term-time, sometimes in rooms with twin beds, but the ones I have looked at ...
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Regarding childs visa [duplicate]

Apologies if this has been answered before. I have applied for a standard Visit visa to travel to UK. And I gave the details of my spouse children who would be joining during my trip. And I did ...
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Rent a car with a baby seat in Dubai

In a few weeks I am planning to visit Dubai with a baby (9 months, 9 kilo). So far I have browsed for rental options but the websites never mention baby seats, either there is just 'contact us' or ...
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How to obtain a Thai visa for a baby without a passport?

A couple with a baby is travelling to Thailand as tourists (both parents have a three month tourist visa obtained from a Thai consulate outside of Thailand). What visa does the baby need and how is it ...
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Are children exempted from Japan's new three-dose COVID vaccine requirement?

Japan recently announced that if you have received three doses of an approved COVID vaccine, you are exempted from the previous requirement to get a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure. ...
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San Jose Airport Parking with Kids

Flying out of San Jose International (SJC) for a few days with two very young kids. What is the most convenient airport parking lot when coming with toddlers? Ideally we could walk to the terminal ...
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Do I have to test my two-year-old on COVID on arrival in the USA?

My wife and I are fully vaccinated against COVID. Our two-year-old isn't. There is this obligatory US_Passenger Disclosure and Attestation Form to be filled out by travellers who are not US citizens ...
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Requirements to authorize children to travel across borders

On the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol web site, there is the following notification: Traveling with Children When U.S. citizen children under the age of 16 arrive by land or sea from Canada or Mexico ...
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Bringing baby food through TSA

I will be traveling with my son who's under the age of 2. I saw that the TSA allows to bring a reasonable amount of baby food if you're traveling with children. Is Gerber's Lil' Entrees for toddlers ...
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China visa for children with one Chinese parent; moving to China with children

I am married to a Chinese citizen. We have two children born in Sweden; one was born before my wife got permanent residence and the other child was born after she got permanent residence. We applied ...
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short-term childcare in June/July in Europe

As the remote working trend continues, I am planning to take my kids (all three of them under 7 year old) to Europe for two months to experience different culture and scenery. We've never been to ...
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Family access to Thai Airways international lounges in Bangkok

I'm a Star Alliance Gold member and may be passing through Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) with family in the near future. Standard Star Alliance rules permit only one guest per cardholder, end of ...
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What will happen if a mother with a small child travels in an airplane/airport and the mother will be hospitalized/unable to take care of the child?

I’m not sure who would take care of the child (1 year old) if a responsible parent will be unable to take care of the child due to health issues? Let’s say the parent will stay for 2 days in the ...
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Can we travel into a Schengen country with our 3-month baby, we are EU residents, she is not (yet)?

I am a British citizen, my wife is Turkish, we both have 5 year residencies in Portugal. My wife recently gave birth in Turkey. We will return to Portugal with our baby, who has a Turkish passport, ...
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'Leaving' EU children in the UK for a holiday with relatives

My sons (both under 18) hold French passports while I am British. In the years before Brexit they would spend a week each summer with their British grandparents in the UK, while their parents would ...
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Does US CBP or TSA require a notarized consent letter for a minor leaving the US with one parent?

Based on the Customs and Border Protection website, I understand that A single parent entering the US with a child may be asked for a notarized consent letter signed by the other parent, and Some ...
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Travel to Japan - child expired Japanese passport but valid EU passport

We are to travel to Japan tomorrow with Finnair. However, today we noticed that the Japanese passport of one of our children (6 years old) expired a few months ago. The embassy is unable to issue an ...
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How common are Manchineel trees in Grand Cayman?

My wife surprised the family by booking a trip to Grand Cayman later next year. This would be a welcome vacation after the recent years the world has had (and yes, we are aware of the current ...
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Travel to Canada by car. Vaccine requirements for 13 and under?

We are US citizens family of five. Both me and my wife have been vaccinated for covid 19 with pfizer. We can bring proof via our vaccine cards showing both doses. I have three children a 13 year old,...
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Are children allowed in public saunas in Switzerland?

I've recently been investigating family-friendly hot spring/spa/sauna options in Switzerland. Somewhat to my surprise, while most of them permit children into the pool area, all I've found so far -- ...
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Do children (to the age of 15) travel free with their parents on Graz public transport?

I'm having trouble getting my head around these rules from https://www.verbundlinie.at/en/tickets-fares/discounts/families: Parents travelling together with their children in a public means of ...
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US tourist / visitor visa for child (4yrs)

For an INDIAN national residing in UK (full time employed) what is the process to apply for a visitor visa of US for their child. The parents already have a long term US visitor visa issued for them ...
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Japanese child travelling to Switzerland with divorced mom with Thai Passport

My girlfriend is coming to visit me for a month in Switzerland and she would like to take her 8 years old daughter. The girl has a Japanese passport which doesn't require any Schengen visa. Her mom ...
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KLM 787-9 business seating for family

We are two adults and two 2-year-old toddlers planning to fly a long flight with KLM 787-9. This will be our first flight with the kids, so we are trying to make it as easy on them as possible. We ...
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Can a dual citizen lap child enter us with non-US passport

My 11 month old was born in the US and therefore a US citizen. We are traveling in 2 weeks and unfortunately we only have her non-US passport and there is no way to get a US passport in time. I ...
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Children joining train later UK

I need to travel from London to the north and my children aged 5 and 8 will join me on the train at Milton Keynes, delivered there by their grandparents. If I book the ticket for all three of us from ...
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Child travelling abroad and money

My child will be traveling to Paris in 2022 on an escorted school trip (he will then be 13). Does anyone have experience in the best/easiest/safest way to provide a minor money while they travel? ...
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I am traveling to germany [closed]

I am 13. I have an arranged place to stay in germany for 1 year. I know german pretty well and intend to go to school there.I have US as well as German passports. What paperwork do I need to fill out?
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Can we round-trip travel to Brazil from the USA with our 5-month-old daughter using just her birth certificate?

My wife (Brazilian citizen, US permanent resident) and I (US citizen) will be traveling to Brazil by plane with our 5-month old daughter (US citizen). Our daughter may not have a passport by the time ...
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Can I buy a child ticket for my infant baby?

We (my wife and I) have a long trip ahead of us and we have a 20 month old infant. I know that infants have no seat but it is very hard to hold a 20 month baby boy during a long flight. So I am ...
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Question about Transfer at EWR from Terminal B to Terminal C with 6 check-in bag of luggage

I am flying from India to Newark (EWR) arriving at terminal B and then flying from Terminal C from Newark (EWR) to Houston. Both are separate ticket and i have to complete my immigration/custom at ...
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