.ES Registration requirements

The .ES country code top-level domain name (ccTLD) is an extension representing Spain. 

When registering an .ES domain, you should remember that:

- it should be available for registration; 
- it should comply with the rules of syntax
- it should not be included into the list of prohibited words
- it should not be included into the list of reserved words

The Registrant, Technical and Billing Contacts of an .ES domain name may either be a natural person/individual or a company. The Admin Contact must be natural person/individual only.

While registering an .ES domain, you need to specify some additional information as follows:

1) Registrant ID Type: You may choose to provide us with any of the following identification details: 

- VAT ID (DNI or NIF): Select this option if you can provide us with either your Spanish National Personal ID or your company VAT ID number.
- Resident alien ID (NIE): Select this option if you can provide us with your Spanish resident alien ID number.
- Generic ID: Select this option if you do not have any of the above mentioned IDs, but can provide us with any of the following documents - your Passport number, any Foreign ID document number, Company Registration number, Driver’s License number, etc.

2) Registrant ID Number: Depending on the option you selected above, you need to provide the ID's number here.

3) Administrative ID Type:

- Generic ID: Select this option if you can provide us with any Foreign ID document number, Passport number, Driver’s License number.

- National Identity: Select this option if you can provide us with your Spanish National Personal ID (DNI/NIF).

- Resident alien ID (NIE): Select this option if you can provide us with your Spanish resident alien ID number.

4) Administrative ID Number: You need to provide the ID's number depending on the option you selected above.

IMPORTANT: The .ES registry has recently introduced new requirements for the domain names registration. It is necessary to specify the legal entity now. It should be selected from the list below:
  • Individual
  • Economic Interest Group
  • Association
  • Sports Association
  • Professional Association
  • Savings Bank
  • Community Property
  • Community of Owners
  • Order or Religious Institution
  • Consulate
  • Public Law Association
  • Embassy
  • Local Authority
  • Sports Federation
  • Foundation
  • Mutual Insurance Company
  • Regional Government Body
  • Central Government Body
  • Political Party
  • Trade Union
  • Farm Partnership
  • Public Limited Company
  • Sports Association
  • Civil Society
  • General Partnership
  • General and Limited Partnership
  • Cooperative
  • Worker-owned Company
  • Limited Company
  • Spanish Office
  • Temporary Alliance of Enterprises
  • Worker-owned Limited Company
  • Regional Public Entity
  • National Public Entity
  • Local Public Entity
  • Others
  • Designation of Origin Supervisory Council
  • Entity Managing Natural Areas
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