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Disagree with Centrelink?

If you disagree with a decision Centrelink has made, such as a decision to cancel your payment or to reduce your rate of pay, you can "appeal".

  • To “appeal” means to ask Centrelink to have another look at the decision.
  • An incorrect decision can be changed by Centrelink.
  • To appeal a decision, you need to follow the correct process.  See below.
  • It’s your right to appeal and you cannot get in trouble for appealing.
How do I appeal?
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When should I appeal?
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What happens, now I've appealed?
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Not satisfied with the ARO Review?
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Further stages in the appeals process
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Centrelink has reduced/cancelled my payment. What can I do?
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What are my rights when I disagree with Centrelink?
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Where can I get further information or help?
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