TLD Registration Procedure
Once you are done with submission of your TLD for registration, the following steps are to be followed:
1. Pending on Acceptance
Most of the requests submitted to Internet 2 TLD are accepted. But, you are obligated to not to infringe the legality of any third party--whether directly or indirectly.
2. Pending on Approval
The INAIC is empowered to review, delgate, approve and create new TLDs. INAIC usually does not refuse any new TLDs unless it smells the likelihood of future conflicts. If any TLD request is denied by INAIC, the total registration fee will be refunded.
3. Pending on Creation
The technical process for creating a new TLD may take up to 8 days. Public-Root creates the TLD and adds it to the public-root servers over internet.
All Public-Root Serers can resolve your new TLD once it is delegated and added to the Inclusive Name Space. Now you will be the owner of an exclusive set of Top Level and the domains under it. You may register domains through your TLD. As a registrant, you will be fully entitled to establishing both policies and procedures applicable to your TLD as well as its domain holders.
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Once you get your TLD registered, it will be valid for a period of one year. After the validation period, you can choose to renew it. The TLD annual renewal fee is US $ 250.00. Your TLD will be preserved during the renewal and registration procedures.