If you have joint custody then you should see legal counsel. Other arrangements must be made so you still have visitation rights of your child. Perhaps, if you agree, you could ask for your child during special holidays, etc. If you don't have joint custody (she has full custody) there isn't much you can do.
A mother cannot move a child across the country without a father's consent. However, if it is spelled out in separation or divorce papers, she can.
To get pierced legally without parent consent you have to be 18 in the United States.
Without parents' consent, it's illegal.
Yes, because she is a minor it would be considered kidnapping. Response : I posted the question, and we have already contacted the police and they are looking into the code, but evidently it is NOT considered kidnapping because it was not against her will. I don't understand how it is illegal for a non-custodial parent to take his OWN child across state lines without the custodial parents consent, but a guy can take MY child across state lines without my consent? There is something wrong here......
It is illegal to record someone without their knowledge and consent in Tennessee. If the recording is over the telephone, and across state lines, it is a federal offense.
No that is kidnapping and against court orders
Across state lines? To which state? There are no states that allows a 16yo get married without parental consent.
Then they've committed a federal crime.
Transporting a Minor across State lines is a Federal Felony Crime no matter what the reason. Typically a minor requires parental consent to get married. Without it, the marriage will not be legal. There are a few places that would allow a the marriage with a court order, but not likely to be issued if the parents do not consent.
No, grandparents cannot take a child across a state line without permission from the parents mainly because of the 'Amber Alert' laws. It is wise to get a written consent from the parents along with the birth certificates of the grandchildren.
No. And if they do they can be facing some very serious charges.
I don't live there, but anyone that would pierce someone under the age of 18 without parental consent is not the kind of person you want to be dealing with in these matters.Generally, the age for people to get a piercing without consent is 18 across the US. I can't guarantee that, but from everything I've read, that seems to be the verdict.
helps them cross waterways too deep to wade across..............
No. You must be at least 18 to get married without parental consent. Some jurisdictions will issue a court order if the parents cannot be located. The transporting of a minor across state lines without the consent of the parents or legal guardian is a federal felony. If the act is committed with the intent of having sexual relations with said minor it carries a mandatory federal prison sentence.
Yes, a minor in Michigan is subject to their parents and they could report a runaway and kidnapping.
With parental consent, the youngest a person can be tattooed is 16 and that is universal across the entire US, not just North Carolina
When it is done with parental consent and not for immoral purposes.
It would depend on the state or country. In the US taking a sixteen year old on holiday (across state lines) May be illegal. The age for sexual consent is usually 16, but taking a 16 year old without the parents consent may be kidnapping.
The ages of consent for sexual activity vary by jurisdiction across Europe. The lowest age of consent in Europe is 14, which is found in a many European countries like Germany, Austria, Italy, Hungary, and others.
No on the contrary its illegal I advice you to take the minor back because you are pretty much screwed already and avoid more felonies. ps. you are going to jail for kidnaping
Your military ID works as a passport. Just be careful to which places you travel. Flashing a military ID may not be greeted by a smiling face. While I was in, I would visit Mexico and just show my military ID and come back across.
Unless you have parental consent it is.
It depends on the state. Some states require both parties to consent to being taped. Other states require that only one party gives consent. So if you are one of the parties and you are in a state that only requires one person to give consent, then it would be legal to record the conversation regardless of the other party's wishes. However, if the call is across state lines, then the strictest law applies. So if someone in a one-party consent state and someone in a two-party consent state have a conversation, then both parties would have to give consent to satisfy the requirements of both states. Wire-tapping is when you record others when you are not involved in the call, and without their knowledge or consent. That is unlawful in most places unless there is a court order.
Yes he could get in trouble even if he was not the person driving. He could be charged still with transporting a minor across state lines and sometimes even kidnapping.
There are many located all across the Nation, just about every State in the US has at least one Military base.