Each top level domain has its own criteria about what applies for it to be possible to register domain names under the specific top level domain. A requirement several country code domains have, such as .de (Germany) and .no (Norway), is that domains should be registered for local businesses. This requirement is called a local presence.
The requirements for a local presence differs between different top level domains and may involve different forms of local connection, or in some cases, that you have a registered trademark in the country. One way to get around the requirement of local ownership information, is to license a service for local presence.
We can help you meet local registering requirements in more than 30 countries. This means that you can even register domain names in countries where you do not have a local business.