Thank you for the question. If the daughter has your consent, then it is up to the airline if they wish to allow her to travel if you have residency. However, if there are any court orders I place, or guardianships etc. then there may be provisions in there which will require the other parent's consent. However, if there is a court order then you will want to check this. If the Social Services are involved then you can inform them of the position and unless there is any objection then there should not be an issue with this.
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