Anyone under the age of 18 is a runaway. They are a minor and not an adult.
from what I've heard, it's 17.
Anyone under age 18 who is a runaway in Mississippi is in violation of a status offense. If state lines are crossed and an adult aids the runaway, Federal charges will be pressed.
A runaway person is considered to be almost against law in Indiana. If you runaway without good reason or becoming emancipated before you turn 18 then you are considered to be a runaway.
In most states, age 18. In Mississippi, age 21. For males in El Salvador, age 25.
Have the permission of your parents. Until you reach the age of majority, you are their responsibility. They get to determine where you live.
In the state of Tennessee, if you are 16 and runaway, you are considered a runaway. If you want to leave home, you need to talk to your parents about it.
No. You are only considered a runaway if your parents do not know where you are.
A minor person who has left the care of their parents without permission and is considered incapable of living on their own, is considered to be a runaway. The laws on child runaways varies with each state.
yes but it depends on if you ran away to runaway or u got kidnaped
Assuming they're absent from home without their parents' permission, absolutely they're considered a runaway.
No, if the 17 year old isn't where their parents expect them to be, they are a runaway.
Basically anyone up to the age of 17 can be charged with runaway. But if you are 17-18, they can bring you back home, but will not file runaway charges
No, you are of legal age to leave home.
It is not considered a crime to harbor a runaway in the state of Massachusetts. It is in the works right now to change that though.
Yes you will not be considered a runaway. But you have to be 18 to do anything you want, like rent/buy a house and things like that.
No, at the age of 17 you can leave Texas for California and not be considered a runaway. However, if you have not graduated school at the age of 17 and do not enroll in another state you can get in trouble.
No, unless they don't talk to their parents. If they talk to their parents then they are not a runaway.
At 18 years old, the person is considered an adult and then not a runaway.
When you are an adult. Until then you are a minor and subject to parental supervision. You would have to be 18.
When you are pregnant you are automatically emancipated and therefore it does not matter if you are a runaway.
As long as you are a minor, under 18.
Depends on what state.
At 18 you can leave. You are an adult.