Yes, IF you have parental consent (from both parents if they both have custody)
Yes, if they have parental permission. It does not relieve the parents of their responsibilities.
to me parental consent is letting your parents know whats going on
If you have parental consent, yes. That does not releive your parents of their responsibility to maintain the minor.
No. She has to be 18 before she can get married without parental consent
You have to be 18 to marry without parental consent. You can marry at 16/17 with parental consent.
Yes, but if the authorities find you they can take you back. But legally No you can't without parental consent.
Not without parental consent until you are 18. The pregnancy does not emancipate you.
Parental consent to do what? Having a child does not emancipate you--you are still a minor and therefore under the control of your parents. However, you (not your parents) do have parental rights over your own child.
It is your parents giving you permission to do something.
Yes you can move out with parental consent.
You must be at least 16 to get married with parental consent.
Yes, with her parents' consent you can get married.
Yes, with parental consent.
16 with parental consent.
You can move out without parental consent when you ARE 18, not when you are fixing to be.
16/17 can marry with parental consent. To get married under 16 requires parental consent and a court order.
Yes they would have to have parental consent. They needed to be 21 at that time.
There is no specific age to get anything pierced with parental consent...but make sure that it's your parents giving the consent and not someone else.
No, only with parental consent or when you are 18.
They can if they have parental consent or if they've been emancipated. Only if your parents give you permission or you've been emancipated.
You just need parental consent from both of your parents. If your parents are not together, all parents that have parental rights must consent in order for you to obtain a passport.
Yes but you need parental consent from her and his parents.