Requirements for ICP Filing
- Enterprises can use their business licenses and organization code certificates for ICP Filing.
- The subject administrator and website administrator must be the legal representative. If the website administrator is not the legal representative, a letter of authorization from the legal representative is required.
- Individual: Individuals less than 18 years of age cannot perform ICP Filing. The domicile indicated on identity documents must be in this province. If not, upload a temporary residence permit or residence permit.
- The domain name holder must be the ICP Filing subject.
- When a single ICP Filing includes four or more domain names, domain name certificates are required.
Documents required for ICP Filing
- Enterprise: An electronic scanned copy of the original valid certificate of the subject and an electronic copy of the original valid identity document of the subject/website administrator.
- Individual: An electronic copy of an original valid individual identity document.
- Website ICP Filing authenticity checklist: Available for download during the ICP Filing process.
- When a single ICP Filing includes four or more domain names, domain name certificates must be provided.
- Enterprise: If the website administrator is not the legal representative, a letter of authorization from the legal representative must be provided.
ICP Filing change rules
An enterprise ICP Filing can be changed to another enterprise or an individual ICP Filing.
ICP Filing transfer rules
- The subject name, document number, and administrator information must be consistent with the original ICP Filing information. Otherwise, change or cancel the ICP Filing at the original transfer provider and then apply for a new ICP Filing.
- The domicile indicated in identity documents and the mailing address must comply with the rules of the competent authority. After successful transfer, this information can be changed.