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Maidan Nezalezhnosti

Permit for child’s departure abroad (sometimes called a power of attorney for a child) is actually drawn up as a statement signed by both child’s parents or by one of them.

The child is allowed to travel accompanied by one of the parents or by the other person, who is agreed by both parents and who reached the age of 18 by the moment of leaving Ukraine (for example, this may be a sibling, uncle (aunt), one of grandparents, representative of travel agency, teacher, group leader, etc.). If a child is to cross a border accompanied by one of the parents (for example, mother), the other parent (father) should formalise and notarise a power of attorney for child’s departure; if a child is leaving a country with another person, both parent should give their permit. Usually, the permit given by both parents is drawn up in one document, but may be drawn up as two separate documents, one from each parent (if they reside in different cities or unable to be present at the same time at the notary’s office for some reason in order to execute a power of attorney for child’s departure abroad).

Prior to applying to a notary to formalise such a statement (power of attorney for a child), you need to know the following:

  1. The country your child is going to visit accompanied by his/her parent(s) or adult authorized person.
  2. Period of stay in that country.
  3. Full name of an accompanying person, his/her place of residence and passport information, if possible.

Such information must be obligatorily stated in the statement text.


The Republic of Turkey; from 01 June 2015 till 01 September 2015; accompanied by mother Inessa Arkadiyivna Ivanova; residing at: 5 Kedetskyi Hai St., Apt. 131, Kyiv.

Documents required for execution of notarised permit for a child’s departure abroad (notarised power of attorney for a child):

  1. Passports of child’s parents (one of the parents who gives respective permit).
  2. Certificate of birth of the child.

We provide all types of notarial services!


  • Registration of realty and titles
  • Extract from the Register of Realty Titles
  • Extract from the Register
  • Translation of documents
  • Certification of a translator’s signature
  • Notarised translation
  • Apostilisation of documents
  • Legalisation of documents with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Legalisation with consular agencies


+38 (044) 500-74-74
  • +38 (066) 353-74-74
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  • +38 (063) 424-74-74


7/1 Tarasa Shevchenka Lane
Maidan Nezalezhnosti Underground Station
For your navigator: 7/1 Malopidvalna St.


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Saturday By previous appointment
Sunday By previous appointment


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