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If a child lives in another country with his parent but the child is a US citizen and is being physically abused by the mother can he travel to New York and start emancipation proceedings?

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2007-08-09 16:53:45
2007-08-09 16:53:45

The rules and requirements for emancipation vary from state to state. One of the requirements to file for emancipation is to be a resident of that state.

Those states that do allow emancipation usually take the home situation in to consideration. Given the situation, contact child care for the country of residence and see if they can help. You might consider contacting the American Consulate to see if they have suggestions for you.

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