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Old 09-07-2017, 01:40 PM
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The current agreeement no longer has the consent to travel requirement clause so does Mom still require it?

She has the passport and child lives with her? She has Return air tickets for a 5 day US trip.
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sometimes new Orders simply replace one clause or another of the original Order but the remainder stays in force. Read it very carefully.
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Arabian: that was my take on it.

Agreement 1 has a section that's headed. Custody and Access. In that section there is a clause that states consent to travel will be readily given and the traveller will let the other parent know where and when and a contact number etc.

Agreement 2 states that for purposes of access it replaces the previous agreement.

So is consent to travel access or custody?

I think it's still in effect. Hence my question.
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If its in that section that the new agreement replaces then I agree with Arabian.

If not the other agreement states it wont be withheld.
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It's not in the new agreement. It's in the first agreement under the heDing Custody and Access. The new agreement is only for the purposes of custody and Child Support.

So is the clause in the first agreement t upheld or not?
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My order says that consent will not be unreasonably withheld, the form/content, notarized, who bears cost, and gives a timeline for requesting&providing. It does not explicitly said it is required.

I'd assume it is required unless explicitly stated otherwise.
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If a modified/updated order doesn't specifically spell out a new section on travel, I would think the old one still holds. It sounds like the modification was just to the regular schedule?
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The current agreeement no longer has the consent to travel requirement clause so does Mom still require it?

She has the passport and child lives with her? She has Return air tickets for a 5 day US trip.
In the absence of an explicit order that consent is "not" required for travel, you are going to need consent from the other parent.

When your order is silent then the person on the incoming border is not going to assume you can travel with the children without consent.

I would obtain the consent prior to travel if the order is silent on the matter. I wouldn't risk being stopped and not being able to provide hard evidence that you are indeed able to travel with the children without the consent of the other parent.

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Thank you. That was
My take on the issue. Just wanted some
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Tayken is incorrect. If she has the kids, their passport, and at least joint custody, there is nothing (short of getting a court order) you can do to stop her from crossing the US border. A border guard can stop her but it is at their discretion.
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