From a reader:
Can I arrange for my daughter to eventually attend catechism classes, and have First Communion and Confirmation in a parish outside of our geographical parish?
Or is she required to receive the sacraments in our geographical parish unless the parish priest will give written permission for her to have them elsewhere?
What does Canon Law permit/prohibit in this case?
There may be particular law on this in your diocese.
In the Church’s universal law, there is no requirement to receive these sacraments in one’s proper parish.
There could be good reasons for going outside one’s parish for First Communion and Confirmation.
Ordinarily you should seek your pastor’s (parish priest’s) permission to do so, but that is not required in the universal law. However, there may be a diocesan or national law that requires such permission. Even that would not affect the validity of the sacrament.