Laws vary from state to state.
Depends on the laws each country or state has, for example in Greece you can.
Depends on the laws where you live. Each state and country have their own laws.
Each state have their own laws regarding marriage. In most states you have to be 18 to be able to do it without parental consent. With parental consent you can marry at 15 or 16 depending on the state and in some states you can marry at 15 without parental consent if you are pregnant or have a child.
That depends on the state in which you live in. The laws differ from state to state, so across the board...no, but you can if you were to live in one of the states that allows tattoo and body piercing to minors with all of the appropriate releases and parental consent.
The laws vary by state, but no state will allow a 17-year-old to get married without parental consent unless they have special circumstances and/or court approval.
Depends on the state you live in. Check your state laws. It differs in every state.
Depends on the state laws but at 16 it's usually with parental consent.
You have to check your state laws for that but as far as I know it is possible to marry with parental consent or consent from the court at 17 in every state.
Depends on the state laws where they reside.
If you're 16/17 you can marry if you have parental consent. You can marry without parental consent at 18.
i have heard that Mississippi is the best place. The laws vary by state, but there is no state in the U.S. that will allow anyone under the age of 18 to get married without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances. You can get married anywhere in Scotland when you are 16 without parental consent.