I believe that it depends on what State that you reside in,or if your parents give you permission.
If your parents give you permission. If they don't, no, you may not leave home.
no they cannot. it is against federal law. they must have permission to leave or it's off for 12 mos.
That would be the age of 18. If they have parental permission they may also mover out.
16 is the age in New Zealand that you can leave school without the permission of your parents.
Pregnancy does not emancipate a minor in Nevada. Until she is an adult, her parents have the responsibilty to maintain her.
Your boyfriend can be charged with statutory rape as you are a minor, even if you do this willingly. Also, the State can file the same charges even if your parents give permission.
No, but you can leave home at 18 without needing your parents permission.
Until the age of 21 you do
You will only be able to leave your parents home at 17 with permission. the parents can call the police if you leave before you are 18.
You can leave the country in age 17+
Not without their permission.
if you are in Texas yes any other state i dot know
Permission of both parents
you have to be at leats 16 with parents permission.
Yes, you can not even leave your house without their permission until you are 18.
No the custodial parent has to have either the courts permission or the non-custodians permission.
If the parents give permission, they can leave the child. They may have to appoint a guardian in state.
Yes, with parental permission you may leave home. Until the age of majority your parents are responsible for you and where you live. Once you get to 18 years old you no longer need their permission.
No. There are only a few things that a child can do without parents' consent, and moving in with a boyfriend is not one of them.
No. And the boyfriend's parents could very well find themselves facing criminal charges for taking her in.