|This article needs to be updated. (October 2015)|
|Introduced||Not officially introduced; proposed in 2007|
|TLD type||Proposed top-level domain|
|Sponsor||NIC México, eCOM-LAC|
|Intended use||Latin American communities|
|Actual use||Not available for use|
|Registration restrictions||None specified yet|
Recently NIC México (Manager of the .mx ccTLD) along with eCOM-LAC (Federation of Latin-America and the Caribbean for the Internet and Electronic Commerce) were appointed official sponsors for this campaign. The full proposal was supposed to be presented to ICANN during 2008  but the new gTLD process in ICANN has been delayed and now it is expected to be presented by mid-2011.
The official gTLD name will be appointed by ICANN if the proposal is approved. Other names that are being considered are .latin and .latino. Similar proposals have already been approved like the Asian gTLD (.asia) and the European Union's ccTLD (.eu).
- NIC Mexico - July 10, 2007
- ICANN Site for New gTLDs
- (Spanish) Proponen la creación del dominio de Internet “.lat”, Emol.com, 27 June 2007
- "NIC Mexico - Nov 15, 2007". Archived from the original on 2009-09-05. Retrieved 2009-09-03.