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children's passport alert list
by: Anonymous

Question: Hello,

How do I know if my child has been entered into the alert list?

Answer: Please contact the NPIC at 1-877-487-2778 regarding your concern.


Shared custody
by: TJ (ohio)

Question: What can I do about a shared custody parent who is being spitefully difficult and disallowing a child passport just because they can?

Answer: Hello, TJ. You may go to court and have them compel the other parent to provide consent for the application.

Consent
by: Anonymous

Question: So can it be either or the form or a hand written notarized letter? And does it have to be signed at the U.S. embassy or can it be signed by any legal notary?

Answer: The letter is best printed to be legible. If it cannot be notarized at the U.S. embassy, you employ a reputable local notary public.

Question
by: Anonymous

Question: I have my daughter. I do not know her dad and only I signed the birth certificate, Now, I am married. I have a son. I want to get a passport for each of them. Is it going to be a problem for me to get a passport for my daughter? I have no idea where her father is and he's never been in her life. She's four and I need to go to Haiti. What should I do?

Answer: You can submit your daughter's birth certificate as evidence of sole legal custody. The father's consent is not required. For a complete list of requirements, click here.

My daughter's birth certificate has her father's last name
by: Rachel

Question: My daughter has her father's last name in her birth certificate but I am not married to her father but in a relationship and her father lives in Mexico. How can I get my daughter a passport without her fathers present?

Answer: If the father is listed on the birth certificate, you must submit a notarized consent form from him to get your daughter's passport. He can do this at the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate in Mexico

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