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Topic "Centrelink" in Vietnamese - total 66 documents

Title: 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: Assurance of support (Bilingual version)
Summary: Some migrants need to get an Assurance of Support (AoS) before their visa to live in Australia can be granted.

Title: Balancing your family assistance payments (Bilingual version)
Summary: After the end of the financial year we compare your income estimate with your actual income. This is to make sure we pay you the correct amount of family assistance.

Title: Centrelink online account help - job seekers - report employment income (Bilingual version)
Summary: As a job seeker, this guide shows you how you can report your income and Job Plan requirements using your Centrelink online account.

Title: Centrepay (Audio 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: 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: Changes to newly arrived resident's waiting periods
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: Changes to the assets test
Summary: Property or items that you or your partner own in full or part, or have an interest in, can affect your payment.

Title: Child care subsidy (bilingual version)
Summary: Child Care Subsidy helps with the cost of approved child care. This information sheet lists the eligibility criteria you must meet.

Title: Child dental benefit schedule (bilingual version)
Summary: The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) provides access to benefits for basic dental services for children and teenagers aged 2 to 17.

Title: Concession and health care cards (bilingual version)
Summary: Concession and health care cards can get you cheaper health services and medicines. The type of your concession or health care card you can get depends on your situation.

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: Disability support pension (bilingual version)
Summary: This translated resource outlines the Disability Support Pension that provides financial support for people who have a physical, intellectual or psychiatric condition. It outlines eligibility for the pension, the process of claiming the pension and the associated Job Capacity Assessment and Disability Medical Assessment.

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 a payment 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 fact sheet 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: Financial information service (FIS) (bilingual version)
Summary: The Financial Information Service (FIS) is an education and information service available to everyone in the community. FIS helps people to make informed decisions about investment and financial issues for their current and future financial needs

Title: Gifting (audio version)
Summary: 'Gifting’ is when you or your partner give away or dispose of an asset. Depending on the value of the gift this might have an impact on your Centrelink payments.

Title: Healthy start for school
Summary: If your child is turning 4, they may need to have a health check. If they don’t, your Family Tax Benefit (FTB) Part A rate may reduce.

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 (audio 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: 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: Income management youth and long-term payment recipient (bilingual version)
Summary: Income Management is a way to help you manage your money to meet essential household needs and expenses. Your payments will not reduce but the way you receive them will change. Centrelink will work with you so that part of your payments will be used to pay for things you and your family need.

Title: Income management—voluntary (bilingual version)
Summary: Income Management is a way to help you manage your money for essential household needs and expenses. Your payments will not reduce but the way you receive them will change.

Title: Information for carers (bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink offers payments to people who care for someone. This information sheet explains whether you are eligible for financial support and how you can claim it.

Title: Keeping your details up to date (Audio version)
Summary: Centrelink reviews your details to make sure people get the right payment amount and also checks people are eligible for a payment.

Title: Keeping your details up to date (Bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink reviews your details to make sure people get the right payment amount and also checks people are eligible for a payment.

Title: myGov - create an account (bilingual version)
Summary: Use this guide to create a myGov account. This is a step by step guide on how to open a myGov account.

Title: myGov - link a service using a linking code (bilingual version)
Summary: Use this guide if you have a linking code from a service. This is a step by step guide on how you can add and access an Australian government service to your myGov website.

Title: myGov - link a service without an online account (bilingual version)
Summary: Use this guide if you don't have an online account with a service.

Title: Maintaining your child care payments (biligual version)
Summary: If you get a child care subsidy, you need to take steps during the year to manage your payment.

Title: Making it easier to report employment income (bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink is improving the way you report your employment income and changes to your circumstances.

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: Mutual obligation requirements (Bilingual version)
Summary: There are things you must do to keep getting your payment and have a better chance of finding work

Title: Needing help after someone has died? (bilingual version)
Summary: This fact sheet lets people know about the payments and support available after someone close to them dies. It offers information on the steps that need to be taken and the emotional and financial support available.

Title: New to Australia - looking for work (video)
Summary: This video explains how you can apply for financial goverment support while you are looking for work

Title: New to Australia - Medicare card and Health Care card
Summary: This video talks about the Medicare Card and the Health Care Card and the types of concessions you can get. It is important to tell the department when your circumstances change.

Title: New to Australia - payments (video)
Summary: In Australia, the government helps people with a wide range of payments. This video outlines if you are eligible and how you can apply for these payments.

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: Paid Parental Leave scheme for employers (Bilingual version)
Summary: The Paid Parental Leave scheme is funded by the Australian Government and provides financial support for new parents while they’re off work, caring for their newborn or recently adopted child. There are two payments available to eligible working parents under the scheme: This information sheet is for employers.

Title: Parenting payment (bilingual version)
Summary: Parenting Payment is income support for parents or guardians to help with the cost of raising children.

Title: Payment for older Australians (bilingual version)
Summary: Age Pension provides income support and access to a range of concessions for older Australians.This fact sheet lists the rules you have to meet in order to be eligible for an age pension

Title: Pensioner education supplement (bilingual version)
Summary: The Pensioner Education Supplement helps with the ongoing costs of study in secondary or tertiary courses. This fact sheet list the rules you have to meet in order to be eligible.

Title: Rent assistance (bilingual version)
Summary: Rent Assistance provides financial help to people who pay rent and receive a Centrelink payment from us

Title: Report fraud
Summary: If you suspect someone may be committing fraud against Centrelink, Medicare or Child Support, you should report it

Title: Residence requirements for family payments (bilingual version)
Summary: Holders of partner provisional or interdependency visas may receive the following payments Family Tax Benefit, Parental Leave Pay or Dad and Partner Pay, or Double Orphan Pension if they are temporarily outside Australia for an approved reason.

Title: Skills for education and employment (bilingual version)
Summary: This translated resource provides information on the Skills for Education and Employment program, designed to help individuals gain the skills and confidence needed to improve chances of getting a job or successfully completing vocational training. It includes information on who is eligible for the program, who runs the program and where to get further information.

Title: Social work services (bilingual version)
Summary: Social workers can help if you are experiencing a crisis, are in need of support or are unsure how to access the right assistance. This fact sheet provides information on why and where to contact a social worker.

Title: Status resolution support services (SRSS) payment - reporting your income (bilingual version)
Summary: If you or your partner have started working you will need to let Centrelink know immediately. This is because what you and your partner earn affects your Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) payments. This fact sheet explains how and what you need to report.

Title: Status resolution support services payment (bilingual version)
Summary: The Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) payment helps you meet basic living expenses while you are in Australia and waiting to hear about your immigration status.You might be eligible for a Living Allowance. Depending on your circumstances, your payment may also include Rental Assistance Allowance and/or Dependent Child Allowance. You may also be given access to Medicare

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: When you welcome a new child into your family and want to take time off work, it's good to know you can get some financial support to help you.

Title: Taskforce integrity (audio)
Summary: The Taskforce identifies people who deliberately withhold or provide false information to claim welfare payments.

Title: The new JobSeeker payment (bilingual version)
Summary: From 20 March 2020, JobSeeker Payment is the main income support payment. You can get it if you are between 22 years of age and Age Pension age.

Title: Top tips for keeping safe online (bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink is committed to keeping your personal information safe and values your online security. You play an important role in keeping your information safe when you are online. Here are some ways you can ensure your information stays private when you are online.

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 former customers still owe us money
Summary: These audio files explain what you need to do if you have a Centrelink debt.

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.

Title: Working credit—working when you get a Centrelink payment (bilingual version)
Summary: Working Credit helps you keep more of your Centrelink payment and benefits when you start working.

Title: Your relationship status (bilingual version)
Summary: If you are a member of a couple, it can affect what payments you can get and your payment rate.

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