Topic "Centrelink" in Karen - total 27 documentsTitle: Are you a seasonal, contract or casual (intermittent) worker? (Bilingual version)
Summary: What is seasonal, contract or casual (intermittent) work? This fact sheet outlines the differences between a seasonal, contract and casual worker.
Title: Are you travelling outside Australia? (Bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink payment while you are outside Australia.
Title: Assistance for child care (Bilingual version)
Summary: The Australian Government offers a range of payments and services to help families with the costs of child care.
Title: Centrepay (Bilingual version)
Summary: Centrepay is an easy way to pay bills and expenses. Centrepay is a voluntary billpaying service which is free for Centrelink customers. This factsheet explains how to do it.
Title: Confirm your identity (Bilingual version)
Summary: You may need to confirm your identity when you claim a payment or service. Centrelink can translate documents needed for your claim, for free.
Title: Consent to disclose medical information (Bilingual version)
Summary: This form is used to confirm that you consent to your treating health professionals and/or health providers disclosing relevant information about your disability or medical conditions to the Australian Government Department of Human Services (the department), or assessors engaged by the department.
Title: Crisis payment (Bilingual version)
Summary: You might be eligible for a crisis payment at times when you need additional support from Centrelink.. Crisis Payment is a special one-off payment that may be paid to you in certain special circumstances
Title: Crisis payment for humanitarian entrants (Bilingual version)
Summary: Crisis Payment is a special one-off payment to assist with immediate settlement needs if you are a newly arrived humanitarian entrant
Title: Do you have a child turning four in this financial year? (Bilingual version)
Summary: If your family receives Family Tax Benefit Part A and an income support payment such as: (Parenting Payment, Newstart Allowance or from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs) your child will need to have a health check for you to receive the Family Tax Benefit Part A Supplement.
Title: Family Tax Benefit (Bilingual version)
Summary: Family Tax Benefit is a two part payment that helps with the cost of raising children. This factsheet explains the difference of family tax benefit A and B and who is eligible.
Title: Financial assistance for students (Bilingual version)
Summary: The Australian Government provides financial help to eligible students through payments such as Youth Allowance and Austudy.This fact sheet lists possible financial support for students.
Title: How to make a complaint or provide feedback (Bilingual version)
Summary: If Centrelink, Medicare or Child Support haven’t met their service commitments you can make a complaint or povide feedback to help improve their services.
Title: Immunisation (Bilingual version)
Summary: To get a family payment for a child under 20 years of age, you need to make sure their immunisations are up to date.
Title: Mulitlingual phone service
Summary: You can call the Multilingual Phone Service on 131 202 to speak to someone in your language about Centrelink payments and services.
Title: Multicultural services video
Summary: You can contact the Multicultural Services to speak to someone in your language about Centrelink payments and services.
Title: Newly arrived residents waiting period (Bilingual version)
Summary: If you recently arrived in Australia, you will generally have to wait 104 weeks until you can access most of our income support payments.
Title: Our Service Commitments (Bilingual version)
Summary: We provide high quality Centrelink, Medicare, and Child Support services
Title: Parenting Payment (Bilingual version)
Summary: Parenting Payment is income support for parents or guardians to help with the cost of raising children.
Title: Recently arrived in Australia? (Bilingual version)
Summary: This brochure contains information that might be useful to you if you’ve recently moved to Australia. Settling in can be a challenging experience. As a new arrival, you may be able to get some payments and services from the Australian Government.
Title: Rent Assistance (Bilingual version)
Summary: Rent Assistance provides financial help to people who pay rent and receive a Centrelink payment from us
Title: Residency requirements for family payments (Bilingual version)
Summary: Holders of partner provisional or interdependency visas may receive the following payments if they are temporarily outside Australia for an approved reason: Family Tax Benefit, Parental Leave Pay, Dad and Partner Pay or Double Orphan Pension.
Title: Support for grandparents and non-parents caring for children (Bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink can help grandparents and other non-parent carers of children. This fact sheets gives you with more information about your possible entitlements and provides contact details of relevant services.
Title: Support for new parents on leave from work (Bilingual version)
Summary: Help if you are a parent taking time off work to care for a newborn or recently adopted child. The Australian Government funds the scheme.
Title: Understanding Australian government financial and employment agencies
Summary: This fact sheet is designed to help refugee and migrant women living in Victoria, and the community services that work with them to better understand Centrelink, employment agencies and the Australian Taxation Office. Whether we are able to understand and use the financial systems in Australia and take part in the economy affects our health, safety and wellbeing.
Title: What if you do not agree with a decision? (Bilingual version)
Summary: If you do not agree with a decision about your entitlements, you have the right to ask for a review of the decision.
Title: When you will get your first payment (Bilingual version)
Summary: When you claim a payment from us, you may not get paid straight awhis fact sheet outlines the waiting periods for various Centrelink payments.
Title: Why you have to attend your appointments and activities (Bilingual version)
Summary: You have an obligation to attend your Centrelink appointments. You may lose some of your income support payment if you don’t: call your provider before the appointment to let them know you can’t go and have a good reason for missing the appointment.
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