Children and their passports.

@xFiacre (6307)
Ireland
October 9, 2015 4:05am CST
Talking of children and their passports, when my son was born in Paris I had to have him added to my passport at the embassy which was fine. Another couple we knew who had a child at the same time and were then returning to Madagascar never thought of the passport arrangements for their newborn until we told them about us getting ours sorted out. They were just going to turn up at the airport as a threesome but with two passports and only realized their omission 5 days before they were due to fly.
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@LadyDuck (126888)
• Switzerland
9 Oct 15
Odd, those who sell airline tickets are instructed to check that passengers have valid passports.
@xFiacre (6307)
• Ireland
9 Oct 15
Our friends had bought their tickets before baby was born!
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@LadyDuck (126888)
• Switzerland
9 Oct 15
@xFiacre Now I understand, I am glad that they realized before being at the check in line at the airport.
@xFiacre (6307)
• Ireland
9 Oct 15
@LadyDuck How embarrassing would that be!
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@celticeagle (114530)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Oct 15
Such a wonderful occurrence to have such a confusing out come.
@Hit4Hit (592)
• Hungary
9 Oct 15
Yes its a bit hard case when your nationality belongs to other country but your baby born in a different country.
• United States
9 Oct 15
I'm glad that they had you to sort them out. Of course I know nothing of passports and children so wouldn't know that it would be needed myself. I suppose it's easy to assume that it would be, especially now with more strict travel regulations.