N.B. When registering a .ie domain there is supporting information required. Please take a few minutes to read our .ie registration guide below and find out what supporting information you may need to submit.
N.B. When registering a .ie domain there is supporting information required. Every application we make to the IEDR is checked to make sure that the applicant has a proven connection with Ireland and a legitimate claim to the domain being registered.
1. You must show you have a proven connection with Ireland
Companies registered in Ireland (CRO / RBN or VAT number)
Companies not registered in Ireland (show that you are trading with clients in Ireland – such as invoices, press releases or previously published marketing material aimed at the Irish market, or a letter from a solicitor, accountant or bank manager, confirming your current or future trade with Ireland)
Companies, partnerships and individuals (Irish or EU Community registered trademark)
2. You must show you have a claim to the domain
You have to demonstrate a valid claim to the domain name. If the name matches your business, company, or trade marked name you will need to provide the relevant number with your application
If you want the domain for a reason other than a legal entity such as a business or company name, then you will need to provide a few short sentences explaining why you want the domain and what you will use it for
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