Within sections 183CC and 183CD of the Customs Act 1901 (Cwth) (the Act) it sets out the criteria you must meet to be granted a nominee customs broker licence, the three core criteria being that you must:
- be a fit and proper person to hold a licence
- be qualified to be a customs broker through holding a Diploma of Customs Broking or other recognised relevant qualification (unless formally exempted)
- have sufficient acquired experience to carry out the work of a customs broker in a satisfactory and responsible manner.
To apply for your nominee customs broker license, follow the steps below.