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by farida / Posted 24/11/2009 / Updated 22/02/2017
my algerian husband tried to keep our kids in algeria on our last holiday.I obtained a prohibite step order against him and he had to surrender his passports. now i am scared he will get weekends visit and try to take the kids away with fake passports (he has had fake passports before. can anyone tell me if there have been similar cases and what the outcome was. thank you very much.
From Sonya / Posted: 27/11/2009
I am worried about same thing, my ex is also from Algeria. I am sorry I can´t give you any information but I´d like to hear if it can be prevented.
From Karen / Posted: 02/12/2009
If he takes them to Algeria then you will not be able to get them out as they can only leave with the Father´s written permission. You will only be able to secure custody of them in Algerian with very little maintenance from him.
From Marble / Posted: 22/02/2017
Hi I have an ongoing court case with my Algerian ex-husband seeking unsupervised contact with our children, with the court putting in place a PSO(prohibited steps order)or an injunction barring him to take them abroad. I viscerally don´t trust him as he made direct verbal threats when we were still married and attempted to make them Algerian passports. As far as I know, the PSO can not stop realistically someone to take the children away. He could easily travel with them if he wishes. Would any of you have knowledge or information about how to deal with this kind of situation, maybe how to address this matter to the court as I am representing myself at the court. Thanks. Kind regards
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