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In what US states can get you get married at 18?


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2006-04-26 11:23:36
2006-04-26 11:23:36

In any U.S. state. All fifty.


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The us law is 18. some states may allow at a younger age if pregnat. or if parent allows

You have to be considered an adult to get married in the US. In most states, that means you have to be at least 18. State laws will allow you to get married at 16 if the parents agree to it. A few will allow you to get married a bit younger if there is a court order.

In most states of the US you can get married without permission at the age of 18. With parental permission you can get married at 16. Under 16 if it is allowed normally requires a court order.

You must be 18 years of age in order to get married in the United States. <><><> WITH the permission of your parents, you can get married younger, Minimum age varies state to state. The US does not set marriage laws- each state does.

Yes, at age 18 in most states you can get married without parental permission.

You can get married at 18. You can only get at 18 if your state laws allow it / not all states consider 18 as the legal age of majority. Find out what your states age requirements are.

Both states require you to be 18 to get married. If they have parental permission they can get married at 16.

In the US, most states will not allow a 15 year old to get married without special circumstances. Parental permission is required until 18 to get married.

Most states in the US require a parents signature to get married before age 18. For more info: http://usmarriagelaws.com/search/united_states/teen_marriage_laws/index.shtml

In New York you have to be at least 18 to get married without permission. That holds true in all the states in the US and in Canada. With parental permission you can get married at 16.

It is 18 in all but two states. Mississippi and Nebraska do not allow an 18 year old to get married without parental permission. Nebraska is 19 and Mississippi is 21.

You have to be 18 in most states and countries to get married without parental consent. There are a few states where it is older.

To get married without parents consent is 18 in most States in the United States as 18 is no longer a minor.

18, but you can get married earlier with parental consent.

In most states you can not get married until you are 18 if your parents do not allow.

Tobacco is legal in all US states at age 18.

Yes, but some states require that you must be 18 to get married, unless with the permission of your parents. Once you are married, you could get your green card through your US citizen wife. So, you might have to wait a few months more to get married. Remember, you are getting married for the WRONG reasons!

If you get married in the UK its 16 with parent consent 18 without. It depends on where you get married.In most states, the youngest you can get married is 16, with parental consent, and 18, without parental consent.The legal age for marriage in the United States is 18 years of age. You can get married before this but you must have your parent or guardian's permission.

In 1810 there were 18 states in the United States of America

If you're in the US, most (if not all) states allow a 17-year-old to get married, but they have to have parental consent. Without consent, they have to wait until they're 18.

If you are emancipated, you can get married. You can get married under the age of 18 with parental consent in most states. Also, in most states you are considered emancipated if you are married. ill agree with that and add (in new york at least) in order to get married u need parental consent from both parents and you need to be 16

In most states in the US no. As long as your marriage is legal and you married in the US.

The age of majority is 18. If you are at least 16 and have parental permission you can get married in most states.

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