Wait until your 17, which I know seems long away. However trying to emancipate yourself at 16 is a waste of time, because it could take a year or more to complete anywase, considering you apparently have no legal standing).
The State of Iowa does not have statutory emancipation procedures for minors. The legal age of majority for the state is 18.
India is not a state but Indiana is a state.
To become married in the state of Iowa, just as in most states, both parties must be mentally sound enough to enter into a contract to able to get married. This also takes into account that both people must be capable of understanding what it means to get married.
No, Council Bluffs is actually located in Iowa. However it borders Omaha, Nebraska on the state line and has become part of the Omaha Metropolitan Area because the city has become almost "absorbed" by Omaha.
No. You cannot get married or emancipated in Iowa at 14/15.
No, minors can not live alone in the state of Iowa. The only way a minor can live alone is if the minor has been emancipated.
16 years....But you have to prove that they have a full time job, and not in school......
Iowa became a state on December 28, 1846
Contact the clerk of juvenile court in the county in which you live. Alabama Codes Title 26, Chapter 13, "The Removal of Non-Age Disability of a Minor"
Iowa was the 29th State to join the Union.
1886 December 28
Iowa is not a country, it is a state in the United States of America. It became a state on December 28, 1846.