That is to desert.
Not if you do not have permission from your parents. You will have to wait until you turn 18.
Yes, they can.
Yes she can but without her parents permission they can have the authorities search for her and make her come back. Absolutely NOT! A minor cannot cross statelines w/o parental permission or w/o being accompanied by an adult who has been given permission by the parent(s) or legal guardian. The young lady should contact Nevada Child Protective Services at 1-800-992-5757 or if in Clark County 1-702-399-0081 if ain Washoe County 1-775-328-2300. Any person taking in a minor child without the permission of the parents or legal guardian and/or; without notifying the parents or authorities of the minor's whereabouts can be subject to criminal charges. In cases where state lines have been crossed, the charges can become both state and federal.
Not without your parents permission. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor, so until you turn 18, Mom and Dad have the legal right to determine where you live. Even if they give you permission to move out, they still retain all their legal parental rights, so they can change their mind and order you to come back home any time they want.
If her parents have given their permission. Otherwise she will have to wait until she is 18.
No. Your parents must come to an agreement and change the custody order filed in the family court.
Not without your permission.
I think she will come back! She has to come back, without her savvy is nothing!
No, parents have full responsibility of you until you are 18 regardless of curfew. If you leave your house without a parents consent they can call the police to come get you. The only way you can leave the house without your parents consent is if you were to get emancipated, which in simple terms is the same thing as if you were to turn eighteen.
Obtain parental permission and then get a marriage license. Check with the license office for what sort of proof you need, the parents may have to come in person to sign the permission.
It will never come back on T.V. Parents thought Toonami is bad so they banded it. :(
legally they can't make you come back. as a mother i can tell you that when parents don't know where their children are, it is a pain that only a parent knows. if you love your parents and respect them let them know where you are. they can not make you come back, but there will come a time when you will want to come back. home is where the heart is and free food and room and board. a last thought, anyone can report a missing person. signed, a mother of 4 in Tennessee
U should go to the friends house or call the friends house and ask there parents if they can come with u.
You can go to Planned Parenthood anywhere and not have to have a parent with you. Teens can come in without parents permission and everything is confidential. The only time they need parents is if they are getting an abortion. State law requires a parent signature on the paperwork.
You must be 18 or have your parents' permission, as with any sort of medical treatment. And you will always need a prescription (unless you're buying it illegally overseas which is very dangerous). You have to see a psychologist and then get referred to an endocrinologist for hormones. Come out to your parents. Talk to them.
In order to enlist in the military under the age of 18, you must have permission of the parents. Most states recognize a member of the military as being emancipated, regardless of age.
== == The minimum age to get married IN CANADA, with the permission of the girl's parents is 16. In this case, I would suggest that you get married in the USA, to avoid problems at the border crossing point. The big problem is that at age 17 she is considered to be A MINOR in Canada. They won't let her in to Canada, buy herself, without a written letter of permission from her Parents, that has been notarized and stamped by a US lawyer.
Yes, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in Texas, they are responsible for you.
Yes. He is checking for code violation and will call first.
18 is the age of majority in the United States, so the answer is yes.
no, but he sees and talks to them twice
I believe that when you are sixteen in Ontario you can leave and even if your parents want you to come back the police cannot make you. Keep in mind that at sixteen you are still a minor and your parents are still legally responsible for you (i.e. if you break into a store, damage someone's property...etc.) you are "legal" when you are 18 for sure. And can move out then with or without your parents consent.
you can have one only if you come with a parent to do it, a parents permission, but maybe you should wait till your a little older.
no because the other parent needs to sign a paper saying that you gave them permission. they wont let you come in to america with out that.