Why do I need to provide these documents to register a domain name?
Every domain around the world has its own unique and very specific requirements and restrictions defining who is able to register a domain name in that country, jurisdiction, region or zone.These restrictions change all the time. Please visit the domain extension page you are looking for on our website for clear and complete information on requirements, restrictions, and Registry information.
If you do not meet all of the requirements, we offer trustee services/proxy services for many of the world's top Country Code Domains to help you satisfy the various restrictions that may be in place.
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How do I submit documents necessary to register my domain name?
Upload the documents into your account
Login to your account at my.101domain.com after you have received a request from our system or from Support.
To do this, click on the Pending Documents Required tab, then select the domain name which documents were requested for and proceed to upload your documents. These documents are then retrieved by us for the domain name registration.
Forward the documents
You can forward the necessary documents directly to the Domain Support Specialist who requested documents from you.
Send the documents directly
If all else fails, you can send the documents directly to your account representative.
What are the requirements for domain names?
Some domain names are restricted meaning only certain individuals or groups can register them. For example, some new domains like .LAW require proof that you are a certified professional in that field, and many Country Code Domains have local presence requirements. These restrictions can change at any time. Please visit the respective domain extension page on our website for clear and complete information on requirements, restrictions, and Registry information.
We also offer trustee services/proxy services for Country Code Domains to help you satisfy the various restrictions that may be in place.
What is the ICANN fee?
The ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Name and Numbers) fee is a mandatory annual fee on certain domains for each year of domain registration, renewal or transfer. This fee is in addition to the price of the domain name that you are purchasing. This will be added to the listed price for domains at the time of purchase.
Within this section we explain the meaning of the various domain name statuses you may see in your account.
Trustee Services offer a simple and worry-free process for domain registrations.
Private Registration offers a premium service to domain name registrants to protect their personal information from being displayed in the public Whois.