In order to board with a child under the age of 12, you must provide the originals or certified copies of the child’s identification documents, which may include:
- Valid passport that includes the parents’ names. If the passport does contain this information, you will need another document that proves kinship or confirmation from the Federal Police.
- ID card (RG).
- Birth certificate.
The child’s identification document must prove that the responsible adult is a parent, guardian or relative, and the adult must also provide a valid ID. According to the Child and Adolescent Statute, minors may travel with relatives of up to a third degree of kinship if demonstrated by appropriate documentation.
See the documents that may be presented by the adult to prove kinship: