Indonesian presence is no longer required for second-level .id registrations; registrant requirements still apply to third-level registrations under restricted second-level domains, such as .co.id, which requires the registrant to be an Indonesian corporation, or trademark owner, with a physical presence in the country.
Registrations are made at the second level, or at the third level beneath various second-level labels
On 11 March 2013 the Indonesian Domain Name Forum approved the adoption of a new desasecond level domain for Indonesia's 72,944 villages with autonomy for local affairs.
As of 17 August 2014, second-level domain registrations have entered general availability, allowing registrations to be made directly under .id, without a prefix. This brings the total of available extensions to 13: