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Discussion in 'UK Trip Planning Forum' started by Looby Loo, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. Looby Loo

    Looby Loo Mouseketeer

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    Hello there! :wave:

    My tickets arrived on Monday :Pinkbounc :Pinkbounc :banana: :Pinkbounc and it got me thinking, I am taking my two younger sisters, however they both have different surnames to me (my dad died when I was younger and my mum remarried and had Dsis x2) Is this likely to cause any problems at the US side - should I get a letter from my mum and step dad explaining?? :confused3

    All answers greatly received!!
     
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  3. gilld

    gilld <font color=deeppink>Will just have the butler ope

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    I would just in case. It will save any confusion and although you may not need them, I'm all for being prepared.
     
  4. patdavies

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    Even if US immigration don't care, you may - heaven forbid - need such a letter as authority to authorise any medical treatment etc.
     
  5. Looby Loo

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    Thanks!!!

    I didn't even think about what would happen (god forbid!) in an emergency so thanks for allerting me to that one!!

    I think, like you both suggested, I shall get one just in case!
     
  6. disney13

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    I took two of my nephews with me to Orlando in August. We had three different surnames and the guy at immigration didn't say a word. I did have the necessary letters from parents to be on the safe side!

    Andy
     

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