A Student Travel Consent Letter is a legal document that signifies the agreement of the child's non-traveling parent(s) or guardian(s). This document is vital for under-age students traveling abroad without both parents. It informs international entities that your child has the required permissions to travel, thereby minimizing complications.

Even though a travel consent letter is signed by a parent, some countries may not accept a consent letter unless it is notarized. Notarization provides an additional level of authenticity and legal certainty to these critical documents. It signifies that the signatures on the letter are legitimate and that the parents or guardians have indeed given their consent for the travel.

Before your child heads on an international trip, it is wise to get the consent letter officially notarized. Contact Kerrisdale Notary today to book an appointment.

How to Get a Student Travel Consent Letter Notarized

It is not challenging to get a student travel consent letter notarized. The process is straightforward but essential for ensuring a hassle-free travel experience for your student.

Start by preparing the letter and ensure that all the required details, like the child's full name, date of birth, travel dates, travel destination, accompanying persons, and parental consent are included.

Next, contact the staff at Kerrisdale Notary to set up an appointment. This can be done online or over the phone. Once it is time for your appointment, bring the letter to the notary, and they will witness your signature. Afterward, the document will be notarized using an official seal or stamp. 

While a notary can notarize your document, they cannot provide legal advice or help draft the letter. The consenting parent should therefore ensure they understand the legal implications of the consent being given. 

Contact us today, and we can notarize your student travel consent letter.