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Old 07-02-2014, 12:21 PM
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I got a HCC a few weeks after I arrived (on a 309). But since our total income increased above the set ceiling, it was no longer renewed.
Hey thanks for correcting me on that. Btw you're in Ballarat according to your thing on the right hand corner? Been there, Lovely little city!

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I got a HCC a few weeks after I arrived (on a 309). But since our total income increased above the set ceiling, it was no longer renewed.

Hi, how much is the set ceiling ?

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Okay I am still confused about HCC or putting my husband on my card. So I went into Centrelink a few weeks ago and asked about it. They didn't know and told me to have my husband go in and apply.

My husband is on his 820 after arriving on a 300. He is still in his 104 week waiting period which will expire in March next year. Does anyone have any sort of definitive answer as to whether or not he is entitled to a HCC or to be put on my card? Seems strange to have to ask here but Centrelink don't know. Our sole source of income at the moment is my part time work as a Lollipop Lady (10 hours per fortnight and that's what having a masters degree gets you in Australia) and the Disability Support Pension.


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Funny that Centrelink don't know. If they don't know tell them that he can get one .

I was under the impression for health care cards they didn't need to wait 2 years they can get one they just can't get Centrelink payments.

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What I know .
You need aknowledgment letter + pink marrige certificate which you can get from registery for aroun 100$

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