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🥇 How does BREXIT affect .eu domain names Fully funded online courses? 🙂

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Fully funded online courses : The United Fully funded online courses Kingdom left the European Union on 1 February 2020. Under the Exit Pact, the transitional period will last until  31 December 2020 . During this period, companies / organizations based in the United Kingdom as well as its residents and citizens will be able to hold and register .eu domain names.

The following individuals, companies and organizations Fully funded online courses may register . Fully funded online courses eu domains under the applicable provisions.

Citizens of the European Union, regardless of their place of  Fully funded online courses residence.

Natural persons who are not citizens of the European Union but are resident in a Member State of the European Union.

Businesses established in the European Union.

Bodies established in the European Union, without prejudice to the application of national law.

After the probationary period (31/12/2020) : Businesses and organizations established in the United Kingdom but not in the European Union, citizens of the United Kingdom who are not residents of a European Member State and residents of the United Kingdom who are not citizens European (hereinafter UK Registrants ) will no longer have the right to maintain a .eu domain name.

✅ After 31/12/2020 EURid will implement the following measures Fully funded online courses: 🤓

For new patents:

From 1 January 2020 EURid will not allow the registration of new .eu domains in UK Registrants .

It will also not allow the transfer, nor the transfer through renewal, of .eu domain to UK Registrars.

🔥  For existing patents Fully funded online courses: 🤑

On 1 January 2021 all HB registrants as well as their providers will lose their rights unless they comply with the new .eu regulatory framework and renew their registration details before 31 December 2020. This can be done by the indication of an entity legally established in one of the Member States, informing their address of residence in a Member State or proving their naturalization in a Member State of the European Union regardless of their place of residence.

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Consequently, on  1 January 2021 the .eu domains of UK registrants who do not comply with the above will cease to operate and will not support active services (website, email).

Twelve months after the end of the transition period, all domains affected by Brexit will be made available for registration.

💥 Notes Fully funded online courses: ✨

Citizens of a Member State of the European Union residing in the United Kingdom may hold .eu domain names. All they have to do is update their registration details to prove their European citizenship.

 UK citizens residing in a Member State of the European Union are eligible to retain .eu domain names after the end of the transitional period. By contrast, UK citizens who do not reside in a Member State of the European Union are not entitled to retain .eu domain names after the end of the transitional period.