How Do You Stop International Parental Child Abduction especially when in the past it has been near impossible to stop a parent intent on abducting who possessed dual citizenship or who has carefully created and executed a scheme to detain a child abroad?
Reported Cases of International Child Abduction Originating From The U.S. Declines
Christmas Is Abduction Season As The Majority of Children Are Wrongfully Detained Abroad
The I CARE Foundation's Groundbreaking International Travel Child Consent Form
In order to combat against this, the I CARE Foundation created a groundbreaking, Hague-centric International Travel Child Consent Form that can be utilized to protect against a child's wrongful detention abroad.
The I CARE Foundation urges all parents who are contemplating allowing a child to travel abroad this Christmas Holiday Season to use the International Travel Child Consent Form.
The Colorado Bar Association recently stated of the I CARE Foundation's International Travel Child Consent Form in their outstanding 30-page publication analyzing this game-changing abduction prevention tool:
This travel agreement is substantially focused on key issues associated with the return of a child under the rules of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and traditional abduction defenses commonly implemented under Article 12, Article 13, and Article 20. In addition, and with attention to Article 1 of the international treaty, this travel document may assist a left-behind targeted parent expeditiously reunite with their parentally kidnapped child when litigating for their child’s return under the international civil remedies established by the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. For abductions that take place to non-convention signatory countries, this sworn international travel child agreement may provide a court where the child is wrongfully detained with important evidence on behalf of the left-behind parent.
Protecting Against Child Abductors Possessing Dual or American Citizenship
Working With The Department Of State's Office Of Children's Issues
As mentioned previously, the individuals working at the United States Office of Children's Issues including those working in the Abduction Prevention Bureau are some of the most dedicated, caring, and effective individuals in the world dedicated to stopping child abduction.
If you are an at-risk parent who believes your child's other parent is planning or in the process of international parental child abduction, please contact the United States Department of State's Office of Children's Issues Abduction Prevention Bureau to discuss potential measures that may be available to you to ensure the individual parent suspected of an international child abduction threat does not illegally depart the United States and remove your child in violation of a court order or in breach of your right of custody.
Please contact the Office of Children's Issues Prevention Bureau to discuss if there are potential prevention techniques unique to your case that may allow the Department of State to work with other federal agencies so to secure your child is not a victim of international parental child abduction.
What To Include When Contacting The Department Of State's Office Of Children's Issues:
Individuals seeking to Department of State assistance and implementation of the Prevent Departure Program should make sure that they have the following information ready to submit to the Office of Children's Issues:
To contact the Department of State's Office of Children's Issues Prevention Bureau please contact:
SA-17, 9th Floor
Press inquiries should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to view the Warning Signs of International Parental Child Abduction.