The Spanish government introduced top TLD domain name that represents Spain, and there are .ES Domain registration requirements. It’s quite impressive that Spain has taken a few steps to ensure that .ES domain extension does not get utilized by scammers. The domain registrars cannot allow the users to register a new .ES with legal entity documents.
Yes, there are .ES Domain registration requirements and we are going to list them down.
.ES Domain Registration Requirements
- Registrants have to be a person or an individual — domains with wrong information about the registrant subjected to deletion.
- Do not include offending and prohibited words in the domain name.
- Companies or an individual cannot reserve the domain name for words such as Youstable.es and sell to someone else.
Register for a new .ES domain name with the rules in mind.
1. Registrant ID
Yes, registrants have to provide valid details to prove identification.
First one: The Spanish Government assigned Resident alien ID (NIE) to the citizens, and you can submit it to prove identification.
Second one: Registered companies have a VAT ID number so that registrants can use it as well.
Third one: In case, if you are a foreigner or someone that does not hold Government-issued identification card, then you can use the following ID cards such as Foreign ID document number, Driver’s License number, Passport number, and any other identification card number.
2. Identification Card Number
Every Government-issued identification card comes with a unique number, so enter the unique number to continue. You cannot provide an ID card that does not have a number, and the Registrar should be able to lookup for the details online.
3. Legal Entity
If you are a company or a legal entity, then you have to submit Government-issued identification card. A generic ID card is enough, but the Registrar should be able to look up for the information.
First one: Registrar has access to the Resident alien ID (NIE) database, so make sure to look into it.
Second one: The Government has issued Spanish National Personal ID (DNI/NIF) to the masses, and Registrar has access to the database, so it does not take a lot of time to fetch the details.
Third one: The Spanish resident alien ID number can get the job done.
4. Following Categories
Every business or domain name falls under a category, and registrants have to specify the legal entity. The following categories are,
- Savings Bank
- Professional Association
- Economic Interest Group
- Local Authority
- Civil Society
- Trade Union
- Worker-owned Limited Company
- Worker-owned Company
- Limited Company
- Regional Public Entity
- National Public Entity
- Local Public Entity
- Farm Partnership
- Public Limited Company
- General Partnership
- Order or Religious Institution
- Public Law Association
- Central Government Body
- Political Party
- General and Limited Partnership
- Sports Federation
- Mutual Insurance Company
- Regional Government Body
- Designation of Origin Supervisory Council
- Entity Managing Natural Areas
- Sports Association
- Community Property
- Spanish Office
- Temporary Alliance of Enterprises
- Community of Owners
The list keeps goes on.