Title China: 1. What is the penalty for the first child? 2. What is the penalty for the second child? 3. Could the parents get valid passports in Australia on the basis of ID documents only? 4. If the parents marry now, could they avoid the social compensation fee for the first child?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 25 February 2011
Country Australia | China
Topics Maternal and child health care | One-child policy / Family planning | Passports
Citation / Document Symbol CHN38129
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, China: 1. What is the penalty for the first child? 2. What is the penalty for the second child? 3. Could the parents get valid passports in Australia on the basis of ID documents only? 4. If the parents marry now, could they avoid the social compensation fee for the first child?, 25 February 2011, CHN38129, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4df9dc252.html [accessed 18 April 2014]
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