Required Document for Thai Domain Registering
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Processing order of request:Thai Government treats every incoming request on a "first-come, first-served" basis. The entity seeking registration is fully responsible for their entries and is therefore required to supervise any records in the repository related to their entities. Applications for name modification or deletion are also based on the same procedure as new applications, except for some circumstances or special requests posed by the registrants.
It normally takes 3 working days to complete the registration procedures for each valid application.
Categories of domain names available:
Applicants for domain names under this category must be educational institutions registered within Thailand.
Required Document:an authorized paper of college/school establishment with authorized signature and its crest.
In case you have no any the documents stated above, please provide the authorized letter which contains address, what head office you are under and confirmation of registration domain name _ _ _.ac.th with authorized signature and college/school's crest.
Required Document:A letter which informs intention to register a domain name, including domain naming, to the CIO of upper level unit (ministry or department level) is required for each registration request.
An authorized paper of organization establishment.
In case you have no any the documents stated above, please provide the following documents. the first document is a paper which contains committee, permanent address in Thailand and purposes of the registrant. the other is a paper to approve establishment of the registrant in Thailand by a well-known organization.
Each domain name must contain at least 2 characters, but no longer than 24 alpha-numeric characters (a-z, 0-9). It can also contain special characters, such as a hyphen (-), but not at the beginning or the end of the name. Also, the chosen name should be strongly similar to applying entity's full name or abbreviation.