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Country: Puerto Rico
Capital: San Juan

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IDN capable: No
Handle Updates: No
Registration Period: 1 year
Autorenew Grace Period: 0 days
Deletion Timeframe: 60 days after expiration date
Registration System: Non-realtime, up to 3 working days
Registry: Registry
Dispute Policy: Policy

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Please Note

FTLD: fullfilment TLDs are registered through a manual registration process that might involve documents, depending on respective registry regulations, and are therefore not automated for real-time registrations and real-time updates. Updates might cause additional costs.

Zone Info

.PR is one of the official country code Top-Level-Domain of Puerto Rico.

Zone Use

A .PR can be used and registered by anyone or any organization.


  • Minimum: 3
  • Maximum: 63
  • Letters and numbers
  • Hyphens ("-"), however not at the beginning or directly in front of the TLD

Domain Registration

.PR domains can be registered through API or webinterface.

command = AddDomain domain = period = .. ownercontact0 = ..... admincontact0 = ..... techcontact0 = ..... billingcontact0 = ..... nameserver0 = ..... nameserver1 = .....

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Domain Modification


Registrant changes for .PR domains can be done via API or webinterface.

command = TradeDomain domain = ownercontact0 = .....

Domain Renewal

.PR domains have to be renewed 60 days prior to their expiration date.

command = RenewDomain domain = period = .. expiration = .... (current year of expiration)

Deletion Process

.PR Domains can be deleted online through the Delete Command.

command = DeleteDomain
domain  =


There are no restrictions.


.PR Transfers are possible

.PR Tranfers can either be done through the webinterface or API.

command = TransferDomain domain = ownercontact0 = ..... admincontact0 = ..... techcontact0 = ..... billingcontact0 = ..... nameserver0 = ..... nameserver1 = .....

After you have initiated the transfer, you need to send a Letter Of Authorization written by the organizational contact of the domain name(s) as listed in WHOIS. The LOA should explicitly contain the domain name(s) to be transferred and the name of the new registrar's company (Key-Systems GmbH) with our account name "key-systems". ("Please transfer the following domain names to NIC.PR account of Key-Systems GmbH with username key-systems.") It should be signed by an authorized representative of the current domain holder and it can be sent in pdf format. Once the LOA is completed have the current domain holder send it to you and then send it to our fulfillment team.

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