What can you do when you turn 18?
1: You can vote for presidential elections. 2: You can buy guns (handguns when you turn 21). 3: You can live on your own.
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If you are 15 and your boyfriend will turn 18 in July will it be ok for you to date when he turns 18?
Answer . \nThere is no problem with your boyfriend dating at all, but you are 15 and unless your parents give you permission to date then you are out of luck.\n. \nMarcy
Answer . \nIn some states you will need a parents signature.. Answer . \nAny person under the age of legal majority needs parental or legal guardian consent to marry in all states. There are a few states that waive the necessity for such consent if specific circumstances exist and all other l…egal requirements are met.\n. \nThe legal age of majority with the exception of four states is 18. The legal age of majority in Alabama and Nebraska is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt depends on the state, in VA, you can buy cigarettes/fireworks/guns/pornagraphy/lottery ticket, you are allowed to carry but not consume alcohol, you may drive with as many people as you want in your car, you may vote
I am not eighteen but my brother is about to become 18. When you turn 18 you are able to go on your own, your parents want you to have a job, preferably get your own house. Eighteen is the age where you need to live your life and stop leaning on your parents shoulder, its time for you to make your o…wn decisions. It can be a tough age because of all the responsibilities, moving out, and different life style, but don't worry, there are up sides. ( Full Answer )
Well No. The state can "own" you until your 21 i think. i know this because I am 14 and I am in truency.
Answer . Depends upon which province or territory you are in. In some the age of majority is 19, not 18.
go but a pack of ciggarettes just cuz you can and if u already have your license go from a jr license to a regular one and just have fun and hang out with those closest to you. Good answer, but don't forget to swing by the Post Office and register for Selective Service, and while you're at it, why …not register to vote? Just for the heck of it, get a job or something, too. ( Full Answer )
Legally, no you don't. They are legally classed as adults, and as such (unless they have an exception, such as certain disabilities) you are not legally obliged to look after them any longer.
You can buy cigarettes, join the military, get approved for a credit card depending on your credit, have a full time job with benefits as long as you have a highschool diploma or GED equivelent, get approved to move into your own apartment/house, just about anything you wanted as long as it's legal …except for drinking alcohol. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the store, actually. Some stores have a calendar and the calendar says IF YOU WERE BORN AFTER THIS DATE and then that day's date, which means if it is your birthday you'd be buying them a day after. Some stores make you to wait 14 days after turning 18!!
You can vote; you have reached the age of consent, you can move out and earn your own living.... . . . and, let's not forget that you can possess a gun!
Yes you can move out when you are 18 years old. However, mostapartments are run by property management companies that usuallyrequire a satisfactory credit score. So, know your credit score andwhat the apartments requirements are for leasing before you put inan application and pay the application fee…. ( Full Answer )
Gamble (in some states), Smoke or by smokes, Vote, Have Sex, Open a bank account without parents, Get a loan without parents, Without emancipation [or something of that concept] you could live on your own, Get a tattoo (in some states), Don't have to get your driver's permit and can go straight to y…our license (in some states). There's probably plenty other things, but that's all I got. ( Full Answer )
no, you're 18 so you're an adult and get to do anything now get to do anything that's legal
You can buy shotguns, rifles, tobacco products, and you get paid more because you can work more hours than a minor.
If your 18 year old didn't listen to you first time round, then leave it, all you can do is support her and never get angry at her for it, it will just make it worse. you have to be ready for when she does realise the truth and decides to leave him. it's all you can do that won't damage you and your… daughters relationship. its hard to watch but unless you work out a different way, she'll keep thinking she deserves the abuse and still loving him hoping then man she first met will come back in him, but he won't, it was a fake. ( Full Answer )
If you still live in their house you may want to abide by their rules because they may not be able to ground you but they can legally kick you out.
\nThat depends entirely on the country you live in. In my country on your 18th, you're allowed to drive a car, use drugs and to vote.
No, Joe is 18 turning 19. Nick is 16 turning 17 , his birthdays September 16th.
It is not 'earased', it simply becomes unavailabe for viewing by the general public. However, law enforcement, the courts, and government agencies will still have access to it.
You don't have to do anything, but you can... 1. Buy tobacco 2. Change your name 3. Get a tattoo 4. Get a piercing 5. Buy spray paint 6. Work more hours 7. Sue someone 8. Be sued 9. Purchase liquid white out 10. Pawn something 11. Get married 12. Get divorced 13. Adopt a… child 14. Be on Jerry Springer 15. Go on Cruise 16. Buy a lottery ticket 17. Get a hotel room 18. Call some "900" numbers 19. Go to a night club 20. Get a Sam's club membership 21. Skydive 22. Sign legal documents 23. Gamble 24. Get a blockbuster membership 25. Get a loan 26. Buy insurance 27. Donate blood 28. Enlist in the military 29. Rent a movie 30. Get a non-prepaid cell phone 31. Sign a legal contract 32. Begin earning credit 33. Smoke a cigarette 34. Chew tobacco 35. Move out of the parental units house 36. Get paid more 37. Go to an adult jail 38. Be convicted as an adult 39. Become an undercover cop 40. Work full-time 41. Become a flight attendant 42. Purchase Nicorette gum 43. Purchase "the patch" 44. Drive any time of day 45. Visit a porn site 46. Visit a porn store 47. Become a stripper 48. Work in an alcohol serving establishment 49. Work in bar 50. Get a bar tending license 51. Work at Wal*Mart0 52. Get a business license 53. Go to a strip club 54. Work in a strip club 55. Work in a night club 56. Vote 57. Pay a utility bill 58. Open a savings account 59. Open a checking account 60. Obtain a credit card 61. Enter a contest 62. Enter a sweepstakes 63. Buy a monkey (w/ a license) 64. Open an eBay account 65. Carry a weapon (w/ a license) 66. Order something off T.V. 67. Open your own AOL account 68. Write a check 69. Operate machinery at work 70. Become a mentor 71. Go bungee jumping 72. Work at a gas station 73. See a doctor on your own 74. Get a different type of driver's license 75. Rent a port-a-potty 76. Get the water bill in your name 77. Lease an apartment 78. Rent a house 79. Finance a car 80. Be a manager 81. Deliver newspapers for the Tampa Tribune 82. Sign yourself out of school 83. Work practically anywhere 84. Start your own business 85. Cash a savings bond 86. Buy nitrous oxide 87. Give a lap dance 88. Get a lap dance 89. Rent a post office box 90. Drive a company vehicle 91. Drive an ice cream truck 92. Buy a house 93. Breaks at work are no longer required. 94. Start a 401k plan 95. Apply for benefits at work 96. Receive more responsibility/stress/advantages 97. Pay taxes 98. Get a PayPal account 99. Make your own decisions 100. Have the freedom and independence you didn't have before Note: These are all based on the laws of Florida at the time this was first written, your state or country's laws may vary. ( Full Answer )
You can: Buy cigarettes Go to some strip clubs Go to some dance clubs Vote Join the military And some other things I can't think of.
it will stick with u. Added: The first answer IS correct. Regardless of your age, your drivers record is a lifelong compilation of your driving history and it never 'goes away.
\nwell it still means that you have a liitle bit until you go to college probably butt it should mean that your trustfull and not some wacky 18 your old
No, not automatically. You must complete the terms of your sentence whether you've become an "adult" or not.
In New Moon Bella Turned 18 and they threw a birthday party for her, which she didn't even want to attend because she hated the fact that she was becoming older than Edward.
I'm trying to figure out the same thing heres what I have so far.. Buy tobacco and other paraphernalia Buy lottery tickets Pawn things get a hotel room get a costco membership gamble skydive no driving license provisions Go to a strip club Vote Buy a shotgun goto jail of cour…se get sued sue people get credit and loans buy or rent a house or car and a lot of other random stuff that you don't really need or think of before your 18 ( Full Answer )
Perhaps, it depends upon the laws of the state in which the juvenile committed the crime(s) and the classification of said crime(s) (misdemeanor and/or felony). In all states a juvenile's record is sealed by the court when the person reaches the state's age of majority rather than being totally exp…unged. However, those records can only be accessed via a court order and only when it is of extreme necessity (such as terrorist activity). ( Full Answer )
Yes, if they still support you and let you live in their house for free. You are not forced to do as they ask and can always move out.
if your child passport expires nov 2012 but you turned 18 do you need a new passport or is the the child one good until it expires Usually Yes if the person is in possession of a Minor's passport.Since he/she is no longer a Minor, then you need to get a new FirstAdult passport.
well... it really depends if you buy them for it. My friends came with 'em for no charge.But when i bough mine it came with NONE! at all.
Nothing. You can vote and are legally an adult. Other than that not a thing changes.
you dont get it because you are old enough to get you own job to grt money................
nothing, youre an adult at 18. but if you still live in their house then they may still have curfew.
Yes, most people who turn 18 are no longer minors and they will feel different. They are now young adults and their visions of the future have changed; they may go off to college; join the Armed Forces or travel if they are lucky enough to be able to afford it. Some of their friends they have known …will go their separate ways and the person will make new friends. Their careful youth is behind them and they are entering the world of opportunities if they so choose, but also independence and thinking for themselves which leads to them making the decisions instead of their parents. ( Full Answer )
It was an extended process. In the first instance the Roman Republic had a specific legal role for a 'dictator', typically one elected for a six month period and was periodically installed in times of military emergency or domestic upheaval. The process of 'subversion' of the Republic finally resul…ted in an Imperial regime beginning with Octavian (Augustus) 30's BC to 14 AD - though for centuries some nominal form of a 'republic' was maintained. For many years previously populist and generals would instigate forceful regime changes which with each incident tended to undermine the stability of the Republic. ( Full Answer )
she is 18 stupid and she had a spectular birthday party if you dont believe me go to her youtube channel and go to my 18th birthday party i hope i helped :p
move the decimal place two spots to the left because there are two zeros in 100. 18 as a percent comes to 0.18
Percent means "out of 100", therefore 18% is 18/100. You can simplify this to 9/50.
HA! the better question is how you turn them OFF! It's fairly easy, just act flirty
Put simply - you can't. Your juvenile record is still stored on the Police National Computer (PNC). If you're stopped or arrested as an adult, and they do a PNC check, your juvenile crimes will still show on file.
A birthday party, and you can get a learners permit to drive and vote in the United States of America.
Before reaching the age of majority, the law recognizes that adolescents and teens do stupid things due to their immaturity. Therefore, the Young Offenders Act was created to address this. Essentially, it is a double standard in the law whereby the underage offender is treated less severely for thei…r offenses, and once the age of majority is attained; their record is sealed so that the offenses they have committed as young offenders will not follow them in to adulthood. But some "street wise" children are committing horrendous acts of violence against society which has led lawmakers to review the Young Offenders Act. Thus, judges have been given an option to try some young offenders either as adults, or as young offenders. This is to preclude the freeing of stone cold killers back into society after receiving only a slap on the wrist for serious violent crimes. ( Full Answer )
Yes, as long as you register by your county's deadline. Contact your local Division of Motor Vehicles; they usually facilitate voter registration.
Yes, he does turn nineteen. The main story of Deathly Hallows ends on 2 May 1998, nearly three months before Harry's eighteenth birthday. However, in the epilogue he is 37, so he must have been 18 at some stage.
The only major character who does is Optimus Prime and he onlyturns into the cab but he often has a trailer with him the purposeof said trailer depends on the series you are watching/reading.
If you have parental consent. If both people are under 18, thenboth people's parents would have to consent.
As a fraction it is simply 18/1 and as a decimal it is simply 18.0
Not exactly. The brain gradually matures through the adolescentyears. This process continues through age 18 until the mid 20s.
In the US, they cease to be a child (legally) and become an adult- with all of the rights and responsibilities of an adult.