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Asked by Inter ested from Ireland | Jan. 20, 2018 03:16
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Not married & visiting China with my teenage daughter

2018: I am visiting China with my teenage daughter. We are both Irish and have the same last name. I’m not married to her mother. Do I need her mother’s permission to apply for my daughters visa and travel to China with my daughter?

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Answered by Davis from Australia | Jan. 22, 2018 00:40
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If you have the full custody of your daughter, the consent letter from her mother will not be needed.
Answered by Inter ested from Ireland | Jan. 22, 2018 03:20
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to Davis, Australia:
Thank you for your reply. I am listed in the child’s birth certificate. I am single and was never married to her mother, so I presume I do not have what you called “custody”. However, the two of us have travelled abroad on holidays at least 12/15 times to USA, France, Italy and Morocco and I’ve never been asked to get a Letter of Consent and it is probably because we both have the same Surname and it’s father/daughter. I just want to be absolutely certain.
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