Parental kidnapping cases just may involve the department of homeland security soon.
New, stricter laws were recently enacted which require Americans traveling anywhere outside the US to have passports.
These regulations have been attributed by the media solely to concerns about homeland security.
But there’s another reason for them too.
Increasingly common parental abductions of minor children across national borders.
The new measures will make it tougher for an abducting parent to “slip under the radar” by means of routing travel plans through places such as Mexico, Canada and the Carribean, which have not previously required passports of US tourists.