Can you move out if you're 17 and living in Pennsylvania?
The age of majority in Pennsylvania is 18. That is the age at which you can legally move out on your own. If you try to move out before that age, or run away, you can be reported as a runaway and forced to return home.
If your 17 and you're living with your relatives in GA who don't have guardianship of you can you move out while your parents are living in another country?
If you are 17 and pregnant and live in Missouri can you move out without your parents consent and if not what can you do for this situation without their consent?
Can a 16 year old almost 17 in Pennsylvania move out of her parents house without permission if she is living with an adult and has a stable job?
I live in Missiouri, so I don't know about Pennsylvania, but one of my brothers moved out when he was 16, and he's in jail now. So I would just suggest, to that person living with there parents until that person has a stable job. Unless of course there are serious family issues. If that's the case the person should seek counseling or talk to an teacher or someone they fell close to.
Even though you do not have the rights of an 18 year old. A person can move out of their parents house at the age of 17. Even if the parents call the police department, they can force you to return to your parents home. At 17 you can legally move out of your parents house and not have any legal repremands done to you.