Services Australia: Translations for Appointments

Services Australia

Services Australia has developed translated ‘Skip the queue appointments’ posters for customers in 21 languages. 


What you need to do before you book an appointment
Before you can book an appointment, you need to know your Customer Reference Number (CRN).

You also need to know which service centre you’re planning to visit.

How to make an appointment
To book an appointment at your local service centre, call your regular payment line.

When you call to make an appointment, we’ll try to help you first. We may offer to help you to use self service.

If you still need to visit us, you can choose an appointment from the available times at your local service centre.

Our service centre staff also book appointments.

What to do to get ready for your appointment
We ask you to arrive at the service centre about 10 minutes before your appointment time.

This gives you time to check in. If you’ve booked an appointment you won’t need to wait in a queue.

Make sure you bring any documents you need with you.

If you live in Victoria
If you’re in Victoria, you need to wear a mask to any of our service centres.

You’ll also need to check in using the Service Victoria app. Find out more about the app on the Service Victoria website.

If you don’t have a smart device, our staff will check you in.

Translations:


Download this page in Farsi
Download this page in Burmese
Download this page in Karen
Download this page in Haka-Chin
Download this page in Dinka
Download this page in Hazaragi
Download this page in Dari
Download this page in Arabic
Download this page in Swahili

 

 


 

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