Dependent children also means natural children, stepchildren, adopted children, children of a domestic partner, children placed for adoption and foster children.
Dependent children means Your children, including an unmarried child, stepchild, legally adopted child or foster child who is: (1) less than age 19 and primarily dependent on You for support and maintenance; or (2) who is at least age 19 but less than age 23 and who regularly attends an accredited school or college; and who is primarily dependent on You for support and maintenance.
Dependent children also means stepchildren, adopted children, children of a domestic partner, children placed for adoption and foster children, provided that they are dependent upon you for support and maintenance.
Examples of Dependent children in a sentence
Dependent children of the so-calledguestworkers – either brought with theirreturn) were no longer guestworkers but de facto immigrants with their families with them.
More Definitions of Dependent children
Dependent children means children who are under 19 years of age and are children, stepchildren or adopted children of, or children placed for adoption with, the subscriber, member or spouse of the subscriber or member.[PL 1993, c. 666, Pt. A, §1 (NEW).]
Dependent children means any unmarried child of the Cardholder or their Spouse who is, at the date of purchase of Your Ticket, dependent on You for support and is:
Dependent children also means natural children, stepchildren, adopted children, children placed for adoption and foster children.
Dependent children means either natural children (legitimate or illegitimate), adopted children, or stepchildren of an employee who are:
Dependent children shall include any child of the Employee while such child is residing with the Employee, or attending any educational institution and not attained age twenty-five (25), or is permanently and totally disabled (within the meaning of Section 22(e)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code")) and continuing until the later of the date such child (1) no longer resides with the Employee, (2) attains age twenty-five (25) (in the case of a child attending an educational institution prior to attainment of age twenty-five), or (3) is no longer permanently and totally disabled.
Dependent children means children who are primarily dependent upon the Insured for maintenance and support and who are under the age of 19 and reside with the Insured, beyond the age of 19 who are permanently mentally or physically challenged and incapable of self support, or up to age 25 if classified as a full-time student at an institute of higher learning.