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it is unclear to me whether US CBP ever requires a notarized consent letter at the time of a child's departure from the US. Do they? No. Travelers leaving the US generally do not come into direct contact with CBP. Instead, for those leaving by air, airlines pass their information to CBP. If there were a requirement for departing travelers to show such ...


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Unlikely. The final decision whether an item is allowed rests with the staff on the ground and any pre-approval would overrule this policy. A pre-approval would also require the item to be inspected and than "sealed" so it cannot be modified or tampered with between the pre-approval and the actual flight. I travel with two items that often get ...


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