This is a question best answered by the particular service they are in. Have them go to their superior and ask them to locate the department that can answer this. * The majority of US states will allow a couple to marry by proxy under such circumstances once all required guidelines are met. The non military participant should contact the marriage license division in his or her state of residency for specific information about the procedure. If he or she is a minor they will need permission from their parents, guardian or the court. The member of the military participant should speak with his or her company commander to be granted permission and information on necessary procedures.
None. All states require the individuals to be 18 or have parental consent.
It had not been forbidden in the US Constitution.
Not in most states. There are a couple that would allow it if there is a court order or a medical reason for it, but it would require parental permission. And many states don't allow it until 16, even if the parents are okay with it.
See the link below for a state-by-state listing of the information you seek.
It depends on the state. Some states, such as New York, allow for a gay or lesbian couple to have both names on the birth certificate. Others do not.
In most states, do you have to have a permit to carry a gun on your person. A couple of states allow concealed carry without a permit, and a few allow open carry without a permit. For more information, see handgunlaw.us
ask the DMV
No states that I know of. Some states do allow it but you have to have a court order.
States that didn't allow slavery were called Free States.
Tennessee, Utah & Hawaii are states that do not allow gambling
Overseas qualifications may mean qualifications that are acquired from outside the country. It may also mean qualifications that allow a person to work outside the country.
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Most states allow it, IF the minor has parental consent.
The first states to allow women to vote included Colorado, Idaho, and Wyoming. Utah was also among the first states to allow women to vote.
Nope The answer is, it depends. A couple of states don't require a permit to carry a concealed gun, but most states do, however, some states allow open carry with no permit, so check your local state laws.
Genetics would not allow a white couple to conceive a black baby.
Most states dont allow animal abuse but not all do .
No. In most states, you must have a permit. A few states allow open carry without a permit, and Alaska and Vermont allow concealed carry without a permit. There are a couple of states, and the District of Columbia, that don't issue permits. Even in states that do issue gun permits, there are places in that you cannot carry legally, such as court houses, schools, and a few other places, but it varies by state.
Im pretty sure that none actually allow it. Its illegal in all 50 states.
Two states that allow common paymasters are Rhode Island and New York. Also, Michigan, Minnesota, and Hawaii allow common paymasters.
As of August 2014, there are approximately 18 states that do not allow capital punishment. A few of the states are Iowa, West Virginia, and New Mexico.
There are a few states that allow domestic partnerships. Examples of states that do this include California, Washington, Nevada, Hawaii, Maine, and New Jersey.
All of them.