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You must have her consent or be the person who legally represents her.
For example: parent, lawyer, agent.
You can denounce a situation of exploitation or make a request for intervention for a child
without the consent of the person.
At the end of the form, you will have the
ability to attach documents.
Remember to prepare them so that you can attach them when you submit the form or provide them to us when we ask you for them.
When the Commission agrees to deal with your complaint, it must inform the person against whom you are complaining (the respondent).
If certain information (full names, addresses, etc.) should be kept confidential, we suggest that you include them in attachments.
You will receive an email to confirm receipt of your form
If you report a situation of exploitation, the Commission will not inform you of the handling of the complaint. Indeed, the person who denounces is not considered as a party to the file.