All other applicants not using our Trustee service


Within 4 days after submitting your online request, please provide us with the following documents:


Registered businesses located outside of China are required to provide the following supporting documentation:

Business registration number;

Scanned colored copy of the Registrant's business certificate (document must be in English language and only .jpg file is accepted;

Scanned colored copy of the signed Letter of Commitment (.jpg file);




Registered businesses within China are required to provide the following supporting documentation:

A copy of your Chinese Branch's Business License in China; and

A copy of your Certificate of Organization Code in China if your Chinese Branch is registered with Chinese government; and

A copy of Chinese Citizen National ID of the person who is the contact person of your Chinese Branch (Chinese Passport is not accepted)

Individuals -world-wide- are again eligible to hold .CN domains and are required to provide the following documentation:

Registrant identification number - driver's license, passport, national ID, or any other form of authorized identification.

Scanned copy of registrant's proof of identity (in accordance with the identification number provided above) - must be a .JPG file.

Scanned copy of the signed Letter of Commitment (.JPG file).
The documents can be sent in a support ticket (preferred), via Fax +1 (866) 618-5853 or Email staff@mail.namesi.com

*If Registrant is not registered in China's MIIT ICP Recording system, domain name will be on "serverhold" status till Registrant is able to provide us with the MIIT ICP Record Number. Then domain status will be set to "OK".

*Chinese Branch: means international companies, enterprises, and organizations establish within mainland China (PRC), a wholly owned or share controlling entity: including a branch, a subsidiary or a representative office which is having the same "name" as the parent entity. The local entity must register with the relevant Chinese authorities. For example: Google should use "Google China" to register google.cn

Note: the above do not include embassies, consulates, un-registered individual representatives, non-legal person organizations, and JV entities.


ALERT! Failure to submit all the required documents in time will cause your application to be deleted by CNNIC. Please let us
          know if we can assist you to complete your documents correctly.
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