Since the publication of an article about where I prefer to register domains have passed in years. During this time, I learned a lot about new companies, resellers and nuances. Today I will share information on how to transfer the domain RU (Change administrator) for non-residents from the registrar R01. In general, as you know, change the owner for the domain zone RU – not an easy job, we need, as a rule, notaries, sending emails, and other chores. But first things first.
The first thing to do recorder offers R01 (and I also recommend) is to activate paperless transfer of the domain. With it you will be able to transfer rights to the domains through your personal account. As practice shows paperless work with Reg.ru is very convenient and easy. In general, you will need to enter into an agreement with the R01. To do this:
1. Download to your account to prove the identity documents: passport photo scans and registration.
2. The site registrar download application for service connection.
3. If you are going to (and can) bring their own statement to the office, then you only need to bring your passport for identification. Offices at R01, unfortunately, not so much – only Moscow and St. Petersburg.
4. If the opportunity to visit the office is not, then it is necessary to assure a notary application and send it by mail with a copy of the passport.
It is important to note here that the application may be certified only by a Russian notary. Then for me there are some unclear points. Whether we mean notary working on the territory of the Russian Federation, or just someone who can certify documents in Russian (with the implementation of the translation of the text or without). Recently, a friend of mine (non-resident)assured statement before shipping while I personally won`t.
In general, any chance to conclude the possibility of paperless transfer of the domain in the R01 you do not, you’ll have to act according to the general rules of RU domain owner change, which are described here. Nothing complicated here, in fact, no, you just need to download and fill out another application.