Agents to access telephone interpreting service

Agents to access telephone interpreting service

13 November 2009 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Selected real estate agents across Australia will be granted access to telephone interpreting services to help house new migrants.

According to a report by AAP, the immigration department is piloting an extension of its free telephone interpreting services in areas such as Blacktown in western Sydney, south-east Perth, and the outskirts of southern Melbourne.

The government will consider an expansion of the service to other areas if the pilot proves successful.

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elected real estate agents across Australia will be granted access to telephone interpreting services to help house new migrants.

According to a report by AAP, the immigration department is piloting an extension of its free telephone interpreting services in areas such as Blacktown in western Sydney, south-east Perth, and the outskirts of southern Melbourne.

The government will consider an expansion of the service to other areas if the pilot proves successful.

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