domain registration in Mexico is a little like registering a new business name.
For a company to get a domain, it must register the name and submit the required paperwork.
It also has to pay a registration fee to the government.
But, unlike a business name, domain names aren’t usually registered by the government, so they don’t get any recognition.
So, how can a new Mexican company get a name, even if it’s not registered by government?
You have to go through the same process, but this time with the help of the Mexico domain name registry.
How to register an MXN domain name in Mexico domain registration is a bit like registering your new business’s name.
You need to provide the proper documents.
A good way to get started is to register your MXN company’s domain name.
The MXN is a standard, online domain name, which means that you can upload a website and register it.
But you also have to provide documents to prove that you’re registered.
For this, you have to fill out the registration form on the MXN website.
If you have an existing business, you’ll have to create a new MXN.
Otherwise, you can choose a new domain name from the MXNs catalog.
Fill out the form.
The registration form is simple and straightforward.
There are two sections: the main section, and a “subsection.”
The main section is the one that will take you through the registration process.
In the main portion, you need to submit the following information: a short description of your business and the domain name you want to register, and the registration fee.
If the registration is successful, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the MXNS website.
The registration fee will be added to your invoice, and it’s important that you get it because the fee is used to pay for the registration.
For the MXNP website, you must also provide the registration receipt number.
The verification process is done by email, and you can send the confirmation email to the email address you used to register the MXNA domain name with.
Sign up for the MXNEP domain.
MXNEPs domain registration page.
Submit the documents.
When you get your confirmation email, you are given an opportunity to download and sign up for a free MXN account.
The process begins.
MXNA is the official domain name registrar in Mexico.
It offers a free domain registration for MXNA members, but you must sign up separately.
If your MXNA membership is open to everyone, you should sign up and receive the MXDN service.
MXDN is available only to MXNA-certified MXNAs and MXNA customers.
The next step is to submit a “notice of registration” (NOM).
This is a formal notice that you have registered the MXNT domain name and submitted the proper paperwork.
This will allow you to be notified when the MXND domain is officially registered.
If a new name is registered, you won’t have to do anything.
The name is officially approved.
If the MXNN domain is approved, it means that your MXNS name is valid.
That’s important, because MXNNs domain registration process is different than other MXNs.
MXN domains are usually signed by the MXNI (Mexico’s national information technology agency) to verify that the MXNO domain is legitimate.
If it’s an MXNA, you don’t need to worry about signing.
MXNN’s domain registration requires the MXNB domain to be registered.
MXNBs are only authorized to register MXNS.
The company signs a new contract.
The first contract is signed by a registered MXN and a MXN member.
The second contract is registered by a MXNN member.
When the new MXNN is ready, the MXNH domain will be officially registered by MXNN.
MXND will begin.
If all goes well, the company will have a registered name.
If, for any reason, there is a problem, the government will notify the MXNGO (Mexico National Information Technology Office) that the new name belongs to a MXNE.
The new MXNC domain name will be registered in MXNA’s name registry, MXNA.MXNA will be a trademark of MXNA in Mexico, MXN-certifies the MXNC name.