In Brazil teenagers will be able to travel with parental consent via the Internet – no red tape

Under the current system, it is necessary to go to a notary public in person to notarize a form that must be handed to the airline at checkin.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Travel authorizations for minors under 16 years of age, either alone or accompanied by only one parent or guardian, can be made by parents over the Internet, starting August 2.

The system is valid for domestic air travel and will soon be extended to international, land, and waterway travel. The new Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) option is available on the e-Notoriado platform. It is an environment where, in addition to this travel authorization, divorces and wills can be performed.

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