Summer is here and a holiday is near.
If babies, toddlers and children go on holiday to a foreign country on their own with their grandma and grandpa or with their best friend’s family, they need an authorisation certificate. This also applies to foster children. In other words, if the children’s custodians are not with them on their travels, children up to the age of 16 need an authorisation certificate as well as a valid travel document, otherwise there can be complications at the border when entering and leaving the country.
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