Migrants, refugees and visitors
Services for refugees or if you are new to living in Australia.
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Financial help if you’re between 22 and Age Pension age and looking for work. It’s also for when you’re sick or injured and can’t do your usual work or study for a short time.
Financial help if you have a permanent physical, intellectual or psychiatric condition that stops you from working.
An income support payment if you give constant care to someone who has a severe disability, illness, or an adult who is frail and aged.
If you’re living in Australia with an eligible visa we have a range of help to support you.
Help with the costs of seeing a doctor, getting medicines and accessing mental health care.
You may get help if you’ve recently moved to Australia, depending on your visa. Rules apply to get help and you may have to wait before claiming a payment.
Concession and health care cards can get you cheaper health services and medicines.
We support people affected by family and domestic violence by providing information, resources and referrals.
You can get some of your super early if you’re in financial stress due to COVID-19.
There’s new rules to help you get a payment from us if you’ve lost your job due to coronavirus.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and your employer will work out if their business is eligible for JobKeeper Payment. You don’t claim this payment.
You don’t need to visit a service centre to prove your identity to claim a new payment.
Find out about Australian Government payments and services that may help you.