What can I do if my child has been abducted to or from a Non-Hague Convention Country?
The Hague Convention 1980 is a multilateral treaty that establishes proceedings for the immediate return of children who have been removed from their home country. A list of Countries who have signed the Hague Convention 1980 are listed in bold at HCCH | #28 - Status table. Any Country not on this list is a Non-Hague Convention Country and the treaty does not apply.
If you are worried about a child being abducted or your child has been abducted please get in touch with our Law Society Accredited Child Abduction specialist, Kim Lehal.