U.S. : Protective measures
In the U.S. there are several means to prevent the removal of re-abduction of a child:
– the child’s passport(s) to be deposited with authorities
– the alleged abductor’s passport to be deposited with authorities
– obtaining orders toe prevent the removal of the child
– issuing border and/or port alerts
– requiring the alleged abductor to pay a bond/deposit
– temporary placement of child in institutional care
– entering a child into the Children’s Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP).
This seems to be a very strong and practical approach to preventing child abductions, which other countries could take as an example.
Visit the U.S. Government website to read more about the Children’s Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP). Here you can also fin the CPIAP request form that you need to fill in for every child that you wish to get an alert for.
Read more about International Child Abduction
Read more about child relocation and child abduction in the U.S.:
- United States of America – California
- United States of America – New York
- United States of America – Washington
- United States of America – South Carolina
Protective measures in other countries.
Read more about child relocation and child abduction and the protective measures in other countries:
Choose a country.