1. What's the big deal of parent's permission? All one needs IF asked is a piece of paper with the permission. Most all jurisdictions grant emancipation (status of majority) upon marriage, which Stanley Ann did in February 1961. Showing her marriage certificate should qualify her as able to leave the country. Who would you need to get permission from, your parents or spouse?
2. Stanley Ann Dunham turned 18 on November 29, 1960. The questionable time of here whereabouts begins after the end of 1959 Fall College Session, which ended after she was 18, and around the time she was married and emancipated.
3. Why has the state department stalled on an FOIA request for Stanley Ann Dunham's Passport records since November 2008? They admit they must produce them but they haven't yet. They can't stall forever.
correction to my #2 1960 not 1959.