A UDAI (Unique Domain Authentication ID) is a unique eight-digit code needed to transfer a .nz domain name from one Registrar to another. If a domain name is conflicted, a UDAI is also needed to take part in the Conflicted Name Process.
You can get your UDAI from your current Registrar. It is valid for 30 days.
Use the check box below to see if your UDAI is valid.
Your UDAI must be exactly 8 numbers or letters long, otherwise the check box will not activate. If you don’t have your UDAI, contact your Registrar and they will supply it to you.