Posted by Phil (Netcetera) on 12 May 2010 12:01 AM
1. Am I eligible to register a .PRO domain under the new registration rules?
To register a .PRO domain name, you must be:
2. Verification: What is the process for Authentication and Verification of Registrant Information?
The .PRO TLD is further distinguishable from other domain extensions because of its unique registration requirements. .PRO registration requires a three-step verification process:
3. What information will RegistryPro require from me to activate my domain?
You will need to provide:
4. Will my professional credentials be subject to review?
Yes, RegistryPro will monitor new and renewed .PRO domains to ensure compliance with all terms and conditions of our agreements. You may be required to provide additional information to the registry in order to activate or retain your domain.
5. Will I be able to register my second-level resolving domain right away?
Yes, RegistryPro offers second-level registrations to qualified registrants who meet the professional eligibility requirements.
6. Do I need to have a third-level domain (eg., mycompany.law.pro) to register a second-level domain (eg., mycompany.pro)?
No, RegistryPro will continue to offer third-level profession specific second level domains (PSSLDs), such as yourcompany.med.pro, but the requirement of using a third-level domain name to get a second-level domain has been eliminated.
7. Will I be eligible to register second-level .Pro domains, e.g. domainname.Pro, if it’s not in accountancy, law, medical or engineering?
All professionals and professional entities who self-certify that they meet the eligibility requirements are able to register .PRO domains. If you own a business license, you may qualify if:
8. Are there any residency restrictions?
No, residents of any country can register a .PRO domain name.