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The American mother whose extradition from Britain to the United States in July set off a chorus of condemnation from human rights groups is to plead guilty in federal court in New Mexico tomorrow morning, The Independent has learned.

The American mother whose extradition from Britain to the United States in July set off a chorus of condemnation from human rights groups is to plead guilty in federal court in New Mexico tomorrow morning, The Independent has learned. Read More »

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Client's closing statement
I also want permission to take my daughter abroad 1/2 the time on her school vacations to eg show her places like the Fjords in Norway, on Ocean Cruises -along the Norwegian coast like on the Hertigruetin Line and other popular vacation spots like Austria, Netherlands, Germany, Thailand , Vietnam, and Australia. My family has the financial resources to allow my daughter to travel to these places and her mother does not have these same financial resources - so while I still have my health - I'd like my daughter to have opportunities while she is young and can benefit from this travel (my parents did the same thing for me when I was very young and I benefited a great deal). Read More »

Jacqueline Bontzolakes, 38, of Tonawanda, N.Y., took two minor children out of the country in violation of the custody arrangements set by the Erie County (N.Y.) Family Court and without the knowledge or permission of their fathers.

Jacqueline Bontzolakes, 38, of Tonawanda, N.Y., took two minor children out of the country in violation of the custody arrangements set by the Erie County (N.Y.) Family Court and without the knowledge or permission of their fathers. Read More »

A Lakewood woman was sentenced to 13 months in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to taking her two children to Mexico to keep them from their father, officials with the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

A Lakewood woman was sentenced to 13 months in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to taking her two children to Mexico to keep them from their father, officials with the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. Read More »

On the Procedure for Departure From the Russian Federation and Admission Into the Russian Federation

Karina Duvall
Article 21 of the Federal Act provides that, if one of the parents declares his or her disagreement with a minor child’s travel outside the Russian Federation, all issues regarding the child’s travel outside the Russian Federation are resolved in court. It means that either parent can prevent the child's travel outside the Russian Federation by submitting a statement of disagreement to the territorial body of the Federal Migration Service at the place of residence (stay), or to the border control authority, or to the diplomatic mission (consular office) of the Russian Federation, without specifying the reasons for that disagreement.
Position or opinion of the second parent as to such statement has no legal significance in the imposition of the travel ban. The disagreement of one parent is sufficient to ban travel by a minor child outside of Russia until the resolution of the judicial dispute. Read More »
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