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Not without parental permission.

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Yes, she can move in with her boyfriend. She will have to have her father's permission.


A 16 year old girl can not move out of her parents house to go and live with her 18 year old boyfriend, because she is not of age and she is not grown. DSS can and will step in if the parents allow this young lady to move. If she attemps to run away from home and move in DSS will remove her from the home.


Yes, she can move in with her boyfriend. She will have to have parental permission.



Not legally; technically your mother is still in control of you until you are 18/classified as an adult by all society. If your boyfriend really wants you to move in with him.



No, until you are 18, you are subject to the decisions of your parents or guardians.



A 16-year-old can move out of their parents house in Canada. I'm 16 and I'm living with my boyfriend with no troubles at all. I have talked too the Police, Children's Aid and even a Judge. So, yes, you can move out of your parents house at 16 years old.


Yes. An 18 year old CAN move in with a nineteen year old. If it was your girlfriend or boyfriend. NO husband or wife.



If you are in High School.... NO NO NO NO But if you graduated from High School already then do what you want


A 17 year old can't move out from TN and move in with her boyfriend in Arizona without parental permission. If the parents approve, the 17 year can move out.


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Not only can you move in together, you can get married!


In most places she will be considered an adult. She can live where she wants to.






yes a 19 year old can move out of her parents house with her children


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Can she legally move in with him?,,,, YES,,,,,,,,, Can He leagally let her move in? NO!


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