Most useful information for School

The pages voted most useful by other website visitors.

Edit filters:

Supporting documents for your Centrelink claim

When you claim a payment or service, we’ll ask you for some documents to support your claim.

Proving your identity in person for a Centrelink payment

How to prove who you are in person at a service centre.

Payment schedule and rates for people outside Australia

We’ll pay your pension differently if you live outside Australia on a permanent or long term basis.

  1. Relationship changes
  2. Most useful information

Relationship details - Separated under one roof form (SS293)

Use this form if you’re separated but live under the same roof as your ex-partner. This is so we can assess whether to pay you as a single person or as a member of a couple.

  1. Top payments

ABSTUDY for your school child living at home

There’s ABSTUDY support available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students attending school and living at home.

Residence descriptions

You usually need to be an Australian resident or hold a specific visa type to get a Centrelink payment or concession card.

Asset types

Assets are property or items you or your partner own in full or part, or have an interest in. They can affect your payment.

Payments while outside Australia

To get your payment or concession card while outside Australia, you must continue to meet the qualification rules at all times.

  1. Top payments
  2. Parenting Payment

How much Parenting Payment you can get

How much Parenting Payment you can get depends on your and your partner’s circumstances.

  1. Getting aged care services
  2. Most useful information

Private Trust form (MOD PT)

Use this form if in the last 5 years, you or your partner have been involved with or have transferred funds or assets to a private trust that has not been vested.

Search results summary and pagination

387 results, showing 1 to 10
Page last updated: 10 December 2021.
QC 60170