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Departing Australia superannuation payment (DASP) online application – agreement for intermediaries

Use the DASP online intermediary application system to submit electronic DASP claims of temporary resident clients.

Last updated 15 March 2020

To become a departing Australia superannuation payment (DASP) intermediary you must complete, and agree to comply with the terms and conditions of the DASP online application – Agreement for intermediaries.

This form can be downloaded in Portable Document Format (PDF):

To use the DASP online intermediary application system you will need to enter your client’s:

  • name, date of birth and other personal details
  • email address and telephone number
  • passport country
  • passport number
  • TFN (optional however, supplying it assists in locating their account and processing the request)
  • super account details, including their super fund provider's Australian business number (ABN).

You are able to scan and email the completed form to

Note: Email is an unsecure channel and may take up to 28 days for you to receive a response.

DASP intermediaries can use the DASP online intermediary application system to find and claim fund-held and ATO-held super on behalf on their temporary resident clients.

This agreement is only available to either:

  • tax agents (with full registrations with the Tax Practitioner Board (TPB))
  • individuals/organisations with conditional TPB tax agent registrations for DASP purposes.

You will also require a myGovIDExternal Link and be linked to an ABNExternal Link in Relationship Authorisation Manager to access the DASP online intermediary application system.

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