Centrelink online account help - Upload documents
Instructions on how to upload and submit documents with your Centrelink online account.
Uploading documents to us online is safe and convenient.
In some cases, you can give us identity documents online. Read more about how you can confirm your identity.
Before you upload a document, remove the password protection on the document.
The screenshots in this guide are from a computer. The screen layout will look different if you’re using a mobile device.
Sign in to myGov and select Centrelink.
Select Upload documents from Favourite services on the homepage.
Or, you can select MENU from your homepage.
Select Documents and Appointments, followed by Documents and Upload documents.
To upload your documents, select Begin.
If you’ve uploaded any documents in the past 2 weeks, we’ll ask if you've provided this document already. To check what documents you've uploaded, select View upload history. You don’t need to upload a document again unless we ask you to.
If you haven’t uploaded the document before, select Next.
Read about attaching 1 or more files before you upload your document. Then select Next.
Choose Select a document to upload.
Select the document type you want to upload from Select what type of document you’re uploading.
If you need to upload a Centrelink form, select Centrelink Form.
Enter the form title or code, then select Continue.
You’ll find your form title at the top of your form. The form code is at the bottom of your form.
If your document isn’t a Centrelink form, select Other documents. Then select what your document is about from the dropdown menu, followed by Continue.
Find out more about what documents you can upload.
Your document may consist of more than 1 file. For example, you may have photographed each page separately.
You can drag and drop your files into the Drop files here box or choose Select your file.
You can include up to 10 files for each upload.
We accept jpg, png, pdf or tiff file formats. Each file must be less than 5 MB in size.
If you choose Select your file, find the file you want to upload from your device.
- Select your file if you have more files to upload for this document type
- the bin icon if you want to delete the uploaded file
- Done if you don’t have any more files to upload for the document type.
Review the information to make sure it’s correct. If you need to delete a document, select the bin icon.
If you have more documents to upload, choose Select a document to upload and repeat Step 2.
When you finish uploading your documents, select Ready to submit.
Read the declaration. If you understand and agree with the declaration, select I understand and agree to the above terms. Then select Submit documents.
We’ll give you a receipt when you submit your documents. Make a note of the receipt number for your records.
After uploading your documents, you can select:
- Save your receipt to keep a copy of your receipt
- Return home to go back to your homepage
- Upload more documents to add more documents and repeat step 2
- View upload history to view your document upload history and go to Step 4.
You can view documents you’ve uploaded in View upload history. You don’t need to upload these again unless we ask you.
You can’t delete any documents in your upload history.
You can view your upload history from the homepage. Select MENU.
Select Documents and Appointments, followed by Documents and View upload history.
In Upload history, your documents will have changed to PDF format. To view your files, you’ll need PDF reader software.
You can select:
- Add documents to add documents and go to Step 2
- Return home to go back to your homepage.
From your homepage, you can complete other transactions or select the myGov icon to return to myGov.
For your privacy and security, sign out when you’ve finished using your myGov account.
Page last updated: 26 November 2020
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