I am travelling to Memories Paraiso next Friday with my spouse and child from a previous marriage. All 3 of us have different last names. We are not married and my child has her fathers last name while I reverted back to my maiden name. Given this, I fully expect to be asked for documentation for my daughter outling permission to leave the country. We have been asked for the travel consent letter in the past when we travelled to Dominican Republic but this is our first time taking her to Cuba.
I plan on having her passport (obviously), the travel consent letter signed by her father and notarized by our lawyer, as well as my separation agreement which outlines custody. Is this sufficient? WIll I run into any problems on either the Canadian or Cuban side? I have misplaced her birth certificate and a new one will not be here in time for departure but I'm assuming that because she has a Canadian Passport this won't be neccessary anyways.
Am I good to go?