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Post by eyssy12 on Wed 15 Jun 2011 - 14:14

Hello. My names is Robert, 16 years old, Latvian. Currently I'm living in Ireland. I found this rule on their website - "All Latvian children under 18 years travelling without their parent or guardian must carry with them: - A valid passport and their birth certificate along with written permission from their parents or guardian which must be co-signed by a solicitor confirming that they consent to the child travelling without them." Now, I have a ticket ordered from Dublin to Sweden and I have all necessary documents that should allow me to travel unaccompinied. But, the birth certificate and the written permission from my parents is translated only in Latvian. I was wondering if I'm going to have any problems at the airport just because the documents are not translated in English? I'm just worried that they will not believe that those are the right documents. Thanks!
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Post by RYR on Wed 15 Jun 2011 - 14:36

yes all of these documents will need to be translated into english.
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