Dealing with citizens' concerns regarding the senatorial office of the Senator for Labor, Social Affairs, Youth and Integration
If you have questions about the Senatorial Office of Labor, Social Affairs, Youth and Integration or general problems with this office, the Ombudsman is the appropriate point of contact.
The senatorial office of the Senator for Labor, Social Affairs, Youth and Integration has an ombudsman who citizens can contact if
- they have general problems with the office, for example, they want to make complaints and criticisms.
- they need general assistance in dealing with the office.
The Ombudsman is not responsible for handling specialized procedures or appeals. Citizens who require specific information on ongoing procedures must contact the relevant case officer.
There are no special requirements for contacting the Ombudsman. However, it should be noted that the Ombudsman is only responsible for general questions and cannot provide information on ongoing proceedings.