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I need to find out if my exwife has obtained passports for my children, how do I do this?

Catlett, VA |

I have sole custody of my 3 children and my exwife gets 2 weeks in the summer with them. She has mentioned taking them to Canada. I know that you need a passport to get into Canada and need to find out if she has gotten them passports. How do I find out?

I guess my question is...Can she get passports for them without my consent?

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You can try looking here:
http://travel.state.gov/passport/get/status/status_2567.html

Good Luck and if you need further information, feel free to contact me.
Sam
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She cannot get a passport without your authorization through lawful means.

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