Can I include kids in an onshore Partner Visa?

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Yes, you may include kids as secondary applicants on an onshore Partner Visa application. Note that this depends on you having a legal right to remove them from the country, ie. if another parent still has joint custody then you will need their permission for this to happen. It also means the kids need to be in Australia at the time of application. They cannot still be in the Philippines.

What if the kids are still in the Philippines?
What if we married in the Philippines instead of Australia?

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