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Permission to leave for a child when emigrating to Canada.
Permission to leave for a child when emigrating to Canada.
Re: Permission to leave for a child when emigrating to Canada.
Your question is similar to leaving Russia, and not entering Canada, can you ask the "Emigration"?
but here's what's on the net:
I honestly was sure that such permission is not needed, but it's like.
1. In the housing department to receive confirmation that the father of the child with the family is not registered (does not live). How many years.
2. With this go to OVIR and get (beg, agree) permission.
There is such a legal loophole. Moreover, everything becomes simpler if this person lives in another city.
Then (possibly) when leaving.
I understand the child's dual citizenship? I think the most reasonable to contact the Sheremetyevo border guard service, describe the situation, get an answer, print it out and fly with it already).
The rules http://www.sheremetyevo-airport.ru/?act=part&pid=79 indicate that underage citizens of the Russian Federation must be entered in the passport of one of the parents, and the consent of the second parent is not required.
"In the event that one of the parents, adoptive parents, guardians or trustees declares their disagreement with the departure of a minor citizen of the Russian Federation from the Russian Federation, the issue of the possibility of his departure from the Russian Federation shall be resolved by judicial procedure."
That is spelled out clearly.
In any case, make a permission to leave the father, so as not to be nervous at the airport with a small child in his arms.
The rules http://www.sheremetyevo-airport.ru/?act=part&pid=79 indicate that underage citizens of the Russian Federation must be entered in the passport of one of the parents, and the consent of the second parent is not required.
1. If you enter in the OVIR at the place of residence, a certificate of registration is not needed for the child.
2. Perhaps Sheremetyevo has its own rules, but the Russian rules that govern OVIR require the consent of the second parent. Either notarized, or personally signed statement. I remember two times I had to queue at the OVIR to stand just because the first time without a wife came to the child to enter.
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