Make sure your domain name is unlocked on your previous registrar, because the lock was made for protection from these kinds of action.
Domain Name Authorization Code or EPP.
Some registrars take 3 to 5 days to send the authorization code for your domain name, but others might send it to you within the same minute.
Make sure you get the code, because this is the “Password” needed for the transfer process.
Be sure to remove any privacy related subscriptions on your domain name, because if your data is not visible on WHOIS, your domain name cannot be transferred anywhere.
Transferring domains that are younger than 60 days is usually impossible, so make sure your domain has lived quite a while out there before you consider transferring it out.
There are some common bugs which often happens on the initial registrar that you should take into consideration before initiating the transfer, because all of them could be a reason to halt the process:
By Default all the domain name information and DNS records should be transferred during the transition without any manual interventions. However, sometimes In some rare cases, the system is unable to read the NS (Name Servers) and DNS records, and so it does not copy them.
So it is always a good idea to keep a copy of the records before initiating the transfer process.
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