You are a minor under Texas law. You cannot move out without your parent's permission.
Being pregnant does not change that fact.
If you want to emancipate, it costs a lot of money and YOU must be totally self-sufficient. You must have a job where you can fully support yourself. A boyfriend cannot contribute to your being "self-sufficient".
Once you turn 18 you can do anything you want.
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Since there is more than a three year age difference between the parties your boyfriend is facing potential criminal charges.
It would be best if your parent would consent to the marriage between the two of you.
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