in some states No, the age of majority in most states is 18. In Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. Both persons cited in the question are under the legal age of majority in any state. Some states offer the option for a person who is at least 16 years of age to apply for early emancipation status. This would not, however, indicate that an emancipation decree would be granted so the underaged couple could reside together w/o benefit of marriage.
Live with it or you will lose him
Relationship is not the only reason to live.
Really so can a 16 year old girl live with her 18 year old boyfriend in the uk
No. The boyfriend could go to jail due to being with an underage girl.
Yes, she can move in with her boyfriend. She will have to have her father's permission.
yes...if she wants
you would have to get parents ok to live with him
Ya but that's if you made the boyfriend then he would live with you! :/ Thanks peace! (:
Yes it is very wrong and it is also illegal for a 14 year old girl to stay with a boyfriend in another state. As the boyfriend will also be a minor , and if they have sex then it is a arrestable offence.
depends where u live
it depends upon what state you live in and how old is the boy, and if the girl's parents give their permission.
its illegal for you to do that
With parental approval, yes!
You would have to ask the estate agents or the police for imformation
In most places she will be considered an adult. She can live where she wants to.
Parents can give permission for a child to live with anyone they wish. However, as a parent, I wouldn't send a 16-year-old daughter to live with her boyfriend!
With parental consent she can but for sex she has to be the age of consent in her state.
No she should still be living with here parents
It depends on which country you are in but in many a 13 year old would be classed as a minor.
Go back home and live your young life with your family, then live with your boyfriend after you are married.
If it is Ok with both sets of parents. They are minors and the parents are responsible for them.