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Can you leave the country with your child if you are still married?

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2010-11-22 17:54:08
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Unless the court has awarded the parent full legal and physical custody he or she cannot remove a minor child from his o or her current state of residency wihtout the written permission of the other parent. A passport will not be issued for a minor child unless both parents have submitted the required documentation/identification.

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yep, if your wife and chilren leave the state i am pretty sure you can be still married because when you get married you usually have to sign a form that says i am legally married no matter what



It depends on the country she is from you should contact the immigration services or check it out online. You can ask questions anoumsly


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