Second posting, help please

Old Jan 14th 2002, 3:25 pm
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Kay
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Hi all

I have a friend coming to visit from the UK with her 16 year old son and I know that
mother travelling with minors should carry a letter from the child's father giving
permission for the child to enter Canada, but my question is this:

What age is considered to be a minor in need of a letter from the father?

As he is 16 would he still need this?

Any accurate information is very much appreciated.

Thank you

Kay
 
Old Jan 15th 2002, 12:37 pm
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Pmm
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Hi Kay

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Minors are usually considered under 18 in most provinces, some 19. She probably won't
be asked for the letter, since the child is unlikely to be removed from the UK
against his will, but I would have the letter or a copy of the divorce/separation
agreement, if applicable, showing the mother has sole custody.

PMM

PMM
 

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