The services below provide free information and advice to migrants, people on temporary visas or people without a visa. You can talk about your concerns in private and without your employer or sponsor knowing.
Anti-Slavery Australia can provide free and confidential legal and migration advice if you are experiencing modern slavery, including extreme labour exploitation anywhere in Australia.
Anti-Slavery Australia can help you:
Phone 02 9514 8115
Email email@example.com or use the online contact form
If you require an interpreter, call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450 and ask to connect to Anti-Slavery Australia on 02 9514 8115.
Legal Aid provides several free legal services which are available to anyone in the community. These include legal information and referral services. Each Australian state and territory has its own Legal Aid Commission. There are Legal Aid offices in cities, suburbs and towns across Australia.
Find the contact details of Legal Aid in your state or territory »
The Fair Work Ombudsman is here to help you.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is an Australian Government agency that regulates Australian workplaces.
The Fair Work Ombudsman provides free advice and assistance to all workers to help them understand their rights and, can help fix workplace problems.
You can't get into trouble or have your visa cancelled for contacting them to ask for information about your pay or other workplace rights.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has information and resources in over 30 languages to help people understand their workplace rights and obligations in Australia.
Phone 13 13 94
If you need an interpreter, first call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 13 14 50 and ask for Fair Work on 13 13 94.
The Australian Unions Support Centre provides free and confidential assistance for all workplace issues. If you're a union member, you can also contact your union for support.
Phone 1300 486 466
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the online form