A South Florida federal magistrate has reunited a boy with his Mexican father in a child abduction case where the Cuban mother fled to Miami. The father sought relief under the Hague Convention's Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction after the mother violated a Mexican custody order that required the child, now 7, to stay in Mexico unless both parents and the Mexican foreign relations office consent.
7-Year-Old Reunited With Father in International Abduction Case
Daily Business Review
April 3, 2013