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If you or a member of your family holds another country's passport, seek advice about using it. Take your Australian passport and use it to depart from and return to Australia.
For further information, read our information for dual nationals.
Child custody
Some foreign governments don't recognise dual nationality. This can affect the future guardianship of a child, as decisions on custody can be based on local law.
Parents travelling with children who may be considered nationals of a foreign country should consult a lawyer to resolve child custody and other family law issues before travelling to the country.
Planning your trip
Research and preparation before you leave can save you a lot of hassle.

Research your destination
Find out about the political, cultural and economic environment of your destination so you'll know what to expect on arrival. Consult the travel advisory for your destination and either purchase a guide book or search the internet for recent information. Talk with family or friends who are familiar with the countries you'll be visiting. You could also consult DFAT's country briefs to learn more about your destinations.
Airlines
If you're concerned the airline may question your fitness or a member of your family's fitness to fly, we recommend you obtain a letter from your doctor confirming that you're fit for air travel.
If you, or a member of your family, has a disability, contact your airline to find out about services provided including shuttle services, seating arrangements and special meals.
If you need to carry needles and syringes with you, obtain a letter from your doctor explaining why you need them and seek early advice from your airline on how to comply with enhanced airport and air travel security regulations.
Accommodation
If you're due to arrive at your destination late at night, it's recommended that you book your accommodation prior to arrival. If you have young children, you may ask what furniture (such as cots and highchairs) and facilities (such as child-minding or play areas, and lifts) are available.
Baby products
When travelling with babies or very young children, it's a good idea to research the availability of baby products, including baby formula, in the countries you'll visit. You may wish to stock up on items that will be difficult to purchase at your destination.
Childcare facilities
If you are planning to place your child or children in a child care facility or employ baby sitters or nannies overseas, you should satisfy yourself about the standards of child care provided in the country concerned. Overseas child care centres are not bound by Australian regulations and standards of child care can be very different from those in Australia. As you would before placing your child into child care in Australia, you may wish to:
research issues such as: accreditation standards of child care providers
whether the child care provider has in place appropriate strategies to prevent child abuse
the hiring and screening procedures of staff including background criminal record checks
qualifications of the staff caring for children
the ratios of staff to children; training of staff, including training in first aid and emergency procedures
the security arrangements of the child care centre premises
validity of personal injury liability insurance
children's health and vaccination issues
For information about Australian childcare standards visit the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority website.
Luggage
Protect yourself against loss and theft by carrying minimal pieces of luggage, especially when travelling with children. Overloaded, you make yourself more vulnerable to bag snatchers and pickpockets. Secure credit cards and passports under your clothes or in a money belt.
Information on luggage security and safety is available from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and the Australian Government's travel security website.
If you're travelling to the USA, make sure you familiarise yourself with their specific airline baggage lock requirements. Information is available from the US Department of Homeland Security.
Staying safe overseas
You can take practical steps to help keep your family safe overseas and avoid running into difficulties and dangerous situations.

Money and valuables
You can take a number of steps to protect yourself and your family against loss and theft of your money and valuables.
Organise a variety of ways of accessing your money overseas, such as debit or credit cards, traveller's cheques and cash.
Read the travel advice for your destination for practical information on local laws and customs. In some countries conservative standards of dress and behaviour apply; for example, in some cultures people are deeply offended by revealing or inappropriate clothes. Breastfeeding in public may also be considered offensive. You should talk to other travellers and consult guidebooks or search the internet for more information on local customs and laws.
Be aware that local laws and penalties, including ones that may appear harsh by Australian standards, do apply to you and your family. Family responsibilities, age or health concerns are not valid excuses. Many countries apply capital punishment, including for narcotics-related crimes.


 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
 Children Health Tips Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images

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