In some states, yes, you can. But since you are homeschooled, why not wait and graduate? You're not being homeschooled any more if you move out of your parents' house. You could try to become legally emancipated, but that may be a Catch 22, since graduating from high school is generally considered a requirement for it. Perhaps you could insist on going to a formal high school. If your parents won't let you, contact the counselor at the school and they may be able to help.
No she can not.
no u must be eighteen
No. But you can when you turn 18.
Not without her parents permission.
No! Unless you are moving out and disowning your parents by law.
If both of your parents give permission, you can get married. Without their permission you will have to wait until you are both 18.
No you are a minor with a child and need your parents permission to move.
Not until you are of legal age.
Seventeen is not yet the age of adulthood in Illinois. You cannot move without parental permission.
all depends on what state you live in In every state a 17-year-old is a minor. If you leave home without parental permission then your parents can, and probably will, report you as a runaway.
No. I belive you have to be one year older in order to do so.