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My daughter needs to travel to India and back. She is British national.
While leaving from london, she will be accompanied by her grandfather (Indian citizen). While returning back from Mumbai to london, she will be accompanied by a family friend (Indian Citizen).
I need advise regarding whether the grandmother and/or the family friend need to carry any letters/documents, so that the child can travel with them.
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To avoid any problems, it will be in your own interest that the adult(s) carry a letter to state that the parent(s) / legal guardian(s) allow the child to travel with the named adult(s) (include passport number of the named adults).
Also mention contact details of the parent(s)/legal guardian(s) in the letter to ensure that anyone who needs to get in touch can do so, should the need arise.
Alternatively, use this format
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