I am a citizen of Israel and I desire to generally cut all ties with it besides generally with family, friends and job.
Currently I live in another state as a temporary resident.
I consider changing my last name in generally all of Israel's systems (formal name change procedure):
As of 11/11/19, Israeli citizens can change their first and/or last name inside and outside its borders (outside in its general consulates).
Inside it can take up to one month and outside it can take up to one year
As of 11/11/19, a new Israeli passport will always include previous passport numbers (if there were any) for seven years, and previous passport names (if there were any) for seven years
I have a website to which I consider changing domain from ccTLD (
.co.il) to gTLD (
I consider buying a gTLD domain via an ICANN-authorized international domain registrar such as Namecheap or Godaddy and only after some time do the aforementioned formal name change and getting a new passport.
Is there an ICANN-obligatory standard procedure bestowed upon such international domain registrars, to update both its database and ICANN's database, per being asked to do a name change by a domain holder (who made a formal name change)?
Also, does inquiring such procedure puts the inquiring customer in any risk to lose the domain by some lawful or bureaucratic reason?