Child 1 and Child 2's parents are divorced, custody order in place.
Child 1 and Child 2 are traveling with both their mom and dad as well as stepmom and stepdad respectively.
Child 3 is dad and stepmom's child and will be with them at all times.
If mom and stepdad are taking child 1 and child 2 on shore excursion in a specific port do mom and stepdad need notarized letter authorizing travel and the dates as required by consular affairs for minors traveling without both biological parents?
Dad, stepmom and Child 3 will also be on the same cruise but are doing something off on their own and may not be reachable although on the same ship/in same country/port?
If mom, stepdad, dad, stepmom, Child 1, Child 2 and child 3 are all traveling together on the same shore excursion do they need to have notarized letter? What if dad and stepmom and child 2 and 3 decide to stay in port and shop while rest of group return to ship?
Do Child 1 and 2 meet the definition of traveling with both parents?
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