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To obtain a passport or visa for a minor the attending parent must provide proof of sole custody by means of a court order or a notarized affidavit from the absent parent allowing the child to leave the U.S. In most cases the parent who is not present will be contacted before a passport or visa is issued. http://www.state.gov "Travel...Passports for U.S. Citizens."

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Q: If all the children and the parents are US citizens and can one of the parent move overseas with the children?
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