Step 1: Two months before the scheduled travel, the foster parent/s send an official letter, through the CPA or LGU, requesting permission to bring their foster child outside the country.
Step 2: The RACCO/NACC social worker assesses the foster parent/s request to travel along with the documents attached. If the duration of travel exceeds two (2) weeks, request is endorsed to NACC for approval or disapproval.
Step 3: The RACC Officer/NACC Executive Director approves the request based on the assessment and recommendation of the concerned foster care social worker.
Step 4: The RACC Officer/NACC Executive Director issues the Consent to Travel indicating the approved travel period of the child to the foster parents.
Step 5: The foster parents inform the social worker, in writing, if there is a need to extend their travel and the reason/s for the extension along with the planned return details.
Step 6: Upon the return of the foster family in the country, the CPA/LGU/RACCO social worker prepares a report, with photos attached of the foster parents and the foster child during the travel.