What does a grandparent need to fly with grandchildren?

Children under 18 aren't required to have identification for domestic trips. But to travel overseas, you'll need passports for your grandchildren, no matter how old they are. It's also wise to carry with you a notarized letter that grants you permission to travel with your grandchildren, signed by both parents.

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Do grandparents need a letter to take grandchildren abroad?

Of course, it's not compulsory to have a letter of permission, but it can speed things up if there are any concerns at the border.

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Can my grandchild go through TSA PreCheck with me?

With TSA PreCheck™, you can breeze through airport security. Best part, children 12 and under can accompany a parent or guardian who has TSA PreCheck™ on their boarding pass. Travelers 13 and older who do not have a TSA PreCheck™ boarding pass must go through standard security lanes or apply for TSA PreCheck™.

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Can grandma fly with grandchild?

Children traveling with grandparents, cousins, other relatives, or school groups will need to have a signed document, such as a Child Travel Consent, allowing them to travel without a parent or legal guardian.

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Consent to Travel LettersA travel consent letter makes sure you have both parents' or guardians' permission to travel with the child. This document is an important part of child safety and can help prevent child abduction – so make sure you have one before traveling with your child.

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection recommends that any child under the age of 16 traveling without both legal guardians should have a notarized Child Travel Consent signed by both legal guardians. Having your Child Travel Consent notarized decreases the chance of travel authorities questioning its validity.

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