Every domain registrar imposes different criteria for registration. For example, to register a .BH domain, the domain owner must be a company (from any country) with a local contact in Bahrain, and .ae Domain is an unrestricted name. Any person or business from any country is eligible. And in some cases throughout the lifetime of domain names.
Additionally, different registrars have varying domain endings on offer. Most of the registrar offers .COM, but not every registrar offers CCTLDs. So what should a corporation do when their registrar doesn’t allow them to register a domain name with a CCTLD they plan to do business in? They search for a registrar who can allow them to register the required CCTLD within a tight timeframe.
When doing a business, you should be ready all the time to face any hurdle. The solution is to partner with an experienced registrar who offers you the flexibility when it comes to registering a domain from all around the world and knows the ins and outs of each registry requirement. Also, provide you with vital information to help you make the best decisions. The registrar will be responsible for the registry database and the supporting infrastructure of DNS servers, whois systems, etc.