Registration of a .int domain is a manual process. If the applicant meets the eligibility criteria, please contact us in order to register the domain name.




Transfer of a .int domain is not possible



Transfer characteristics
Transfer authorization code required yes
Method of confirmation authcode,email
Registration period after transfer extends
Transfer time Max 19 days
Advanced and simple transfers available Contact our Sales department to check if easy transfer of 100 or more .int domains is available.


Trade (owner change)


Contact us for any change. Supporting documentation may be necessary.




Contact us for any change. Supporting documentation may be necessary.




A delete is realtime.
After a delete the domain will be in quarantine status for 30 days. During this period the domain can be reactivated.
5 days after the 30 days it has status pendingDelete and will be deleted after these 5 days.


Restore (reactivation)


Contact Openprovider for further information.


TLD information


Detailed extension information
Technical information
  • DNSSEC support: no
  • Minimum length: 3 characters
  • Maximum length: 63 characters
  • Allowed characters: a-z, 0-9,
  • Registration period: 1-10 years
  • Renewal date offset: 0 days
    The number of days before the registry's expiration date, that Openprovider requires the domain to be renewed or expired. More info.
  • Soft quarantine period: 44 days
    During this period, following after an expiration, the domain can be restored for free. This period does not apply if the domain is deleted explicitly. More info.
  • Quarantine period: 28 days
    During this period, an expired or deleted domain name can be reactivated at an additional fee.
  • Local presence required? no
  • Does Openprovider provide local presence services? n/a
  • Local activity required? no
  • Correct nameserver configuration required? no
  • The applicant must be an intergovernmental organization that meets the requirements found in RFC 1591
  • Only one domain per organization is allowed
  • Supporting documentation is required
  • Eligibility requirements:
  • Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy:
Registration agreement The registry requires that a registration agreement is in place between the provider and the domain holder. The text of this registration agreement and any required supplements is the following:
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