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We lived together for 12 months. Does that mean we’re a de facto couple?

Maybe. But there’s more to a de facto couple than just sharing a roof or even sharing a bed. They’re looking for evidence of a solid commitment to a shared-life together. Living together could just mean you were flatmates.

I visited her a lot in the Philippines over the years, and she visited me in Australia for three months. Are we in a de facto relationship?
Do I need a Citizenship by Descent application for my child born inside Australia?
Next I visited her a lot in the Philippines over the years, and she visited me in Australia for three months. Are we in a de facto relationship?

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