Check your state's laws. each one is different. In Kentucky, you can marry at 16. Most other states are 18. * All minors must have parental consent or permission from the court to marry if they are under the legal age of majority which is 18 in all US states with the exception of Nebraska where the age is 19. Exceptions are made in some states if specific circumstances exist and the minor is a resident of said state. A minor who crosses state lines for any reason w/o parental permission is in violation of Federal Statutes 18 USC 2243 and 18 USC 2423 and can be taken into custody and remanded to juvenile authorities of the home state.
Nowhere in the US.
Depending on where you live, maybe. In most states of the US, no.
Nowhere in the US if you are a minor.
Nowhere in the US without parental consent. There are states where you can with parental consent.
Nowhere in the US. Below 16 you also need the courts consent.
No, you have to be 18 to get married without parental consent in any state in the the US.
If you are still a minor, then you cannot marry without parental consent anywhere in the US, Period.
No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.
No state in the US allows that.
If your pregnant in Georgia, yes. Otherwise you need parents consent.
No you cannot. There is no state in the U.S. that will allow someone under the age of 18 to get married without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances.
In Texas, with consent of both sets of parents, children can marry at 14.
No, the youngest is 15.
Not anywhere in the US.
In the US you will need either parental consent or the courts consent to marry underage. The law differs between states.
Depends on where you live. I added links to a site that gives the marriage without consent rules for all states in US. Most allow at age 18, age 19 in Nebraska and age 21 in Mississippi. Some allow younger if there is a pregnancy involved. Also added site that gives age of sexual consent in states of US.
Without parental consent it will require a court order. You will have to talk with the clerk to determine what it takes to get one.
If you're in the US, no, you could not. The parents of both minors would have to give signed consent.
Nowhere in the US.
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.
Yes, as long as you have a parents consent and other legal papers signed by both parties it is allowed.
yes anywhere but you need the approval of the president first
US states establish compulsory education laws. There are no states which allow a minor to drop out of school without the consent of parents or a legal guardian or permission from the court.
No, as both signatures are needed for a passport.