EURid announced that the organization has notified by email all UK registrants and their registrars that as of 1 January 2021 their domain name is no longer compliant with the .eu regulatory framework. EURid also stated that these domain names are moved to “suspended” status until 31 March 2020.
Suspended until 31 March
A suspended domain can no longer support any service, but may still be reinstated if registration data is updated to meet the eligibility but may be reinstated if it is updated to meet the eligibility criteria.
According to the announcement, registration data may be updated by indicating a legally established entity in one of the eligible Union Member States, or by updating their residence to a Union Member State, or proving their citizenship of a Union Member State irrespective of their residence.
EURid urges .eu domain name holders who are from the U.K. to contact their registrars and update their domain names as soon as possible. Additional information can be found on the Brexit notice page.
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