< Back You are here: Visa KB Home Onshore Tourist Visas Can we apply for an onshore Partner Visa with a de facto relationship? Print Can we apply for an onshore Partner Visa with a de facto relationship? Posted10/11/2018 Last Updated On10/11/2018 ByJeff Harvie Yes, you can. But it must be an established and genuine de facto relationship. What if we married in the Philippines instead of Australia? Can we apply for the bridging visa first and the partner visa later? Previous Can I include kids in an onshore Partner Visa? Next Can we apply for the bridging visa first and the partner visa later? Questions: Please search our BLOG menu or Visa Knowledge Base Submit a CommentNOTE: Please restrict your comments to what's written on this page.PLEASE NOTE: You may comment on posts, and you may ask general questions about the visa topic. However requests for “how-to?” information on how to lodge visas or how to deal with specific problems will not be answered. Please engage the services of a professional Registered Migration Agent for actual assistance or advice. Thank you. Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Questions about visa types we don’t handle, or about countries we don’t apply for visas from, will not be answered, Philippines to Australia visas for couples and families only. Do you have suggestions for topics you would like to read an article about? Click HERE and we will see what we can do!