If you are traveling with children under 3 years old or disabled children under 18 years old - you are eligible for priority entry to road checkpoints. This rule is valid at checkpoints where the electronic queue system is not functioning.
Minor citizens (under 18 years old) of the Republic of Belarus may travel abroad with their passports:
⇒ accompanied by one or both of the legal representatives upon one of the documents confirming their status of parents ;
Attention! If the child travels with one parent member, notarized authorization from the other parent is not required.
⇒ without parents upon producing of written consent of both.
This document is accepted with an apostille affixed therein, unless otherwise provided by international treaties of the Republic of Belarus, and must be accompanied by its translation into one of the official languages of the Republic of Belarus. The verification of the translation or the authenticity of the translator's signature on the translation must be certified by a notary or another official who has the right to perform such a notarial act.
Children, permanently residing outside the Republic of Belarus, depart from the Republic of Belarus with their passports, accompanied by one of their parents.
Unaccompanied children must produce written consent of one of the parents.
Children can depart from the Republic of Belarus on their diplomatic or service passports of citizens of the Republic of Belarus, accompanied by one of the parents.