If you are talking about becoming an emancipated minor. that is different. You likely will not find a tattoo artist to accept you until you are 18. Same goes for under 21 clubs.
Dont be in such a hurry to grow up.
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Becoming emancipated is not the same as reaching the age of majority. Emancipation allows you to make your own decisions without requiring parental supervision or approval. It also cuts you off from your parents as though you are already a legal adult. The minimum age requirements assigned to tattoo artists, liquor stores and nightclubs will likely still apply and you will still probably have to wait until you are 18 or 21, respectively, to enjoy those privileges, regardless of whether you have been emancipated.
If I were advising the tattoo parlor or under-21-club, I would advise them to not serve you. Sorry. Emancipated means you get to make your own decisions and can legally enter into contracts. It means you have legal control over your own earnings and property. Don't be in a hurry to have this happen.
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