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Will there be problems with this?

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squashedbanana Thu 01-Nov-12 11:53:58

I have a trip coming up where I will be getting a one way flight to France, meeting up with my parents and travelling back via Eurostar. We won't be booking the return trip until we are all in France. I will be travelling with my child, the father is not on the birth certificate and he has no parental responsibility. I've been told by a friend that it could look like I was taking my child out the country permanently as when we leave we will have no return trip booked, should I get written permission from the father to cover myself even though he doesn't have PR?

PermaShattered Thu 01-Nov-12 13:06:07

No, why should you? He has no legal rights in respect of your child. Whether it 'looks' like you're permanantyly removing him/her from the country or not is irrelevant. It's what you are actually doing that is what's relevant.

Just get on the train, have a lovely time and i'm sure you'll be back home soon! And don't worry.

prh47bridge Thu 01-Nov-12 13:44:26

As the father does not have PR you do not need his consent to take your child out of the country regardless of whether you are going temporarily or permanently.

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