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I am 18 I want to move out but my family is not allowing m only permanent reside

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    Mickey6660posted 2 years ago

    I am 18 I want to move out but my family is not allowing m only permanent resident will I get trble?

    If I move out n family call cops will I get in trouble

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    peter565posted 2 years ago

    In most nation the legal age of adulthood is 18, it use to be 16 in the US, I don't know why they make it 21. Australia is talking about lowering it to 17. I guess...maybe you wait to 21, for now chill

    1. dashingscorpio profile image86
      dashingscorpioposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      You're considered an adult at age 18 in the U.S. with a few exceptions such as purchasing/consuming alcohol or renting a car.
      However signed contracts at 18 are considered binding and if one commits a crime they'd go to an adult prison.

  3. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/12974126_f260.jpg

    You need to find out what is the legal age of adulthood where you live. In most countries at age 18 you're free to move wherever you want to, join the military, vote, and do a multitude of other things.
    In the U.S. historically one was expected embrace adulthood right after high school graduation. They either went away to college, got a job & apartment or joined the military. Most of us in my era {couldn't wait to break away} from our strict parental ties.
    However today a lot of parents are "best friends" with their adult children. They allow them to have overnight guests, eat, drink, sleep, have their laundry done all without having to pay rent or utilities. Many aren't even expected to help keep the house clean.
    If the adult child does have a job the money they earn is theirs to spend on cars, various other toys, and partying with friends.
    Today we have a lot of "adults" who never were forced to be responsible. They come and go as they please, have free room and board. Their parents are nothing more than human ATM machines.
    If you do move out make sure you have a well thought out plan for supporting yourself. Parents usually come around once they see you are successful at being responsible and independent of them. You don't want to move out and turn around to beg them for money and various other favors. That's not being self reliant.

  4. Michaela Osiecki profile image80
    Michaela Osieckiposted 2 years ago

    If you live in a nation where you are legally considered an adult at age 18, your parents can't stop you from moving out and you won't get in trouble with the cops.

 
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