The answer is “no” since it is a matter of the actual implementation of the change of registrar (transfer). The registrant must request this service from his/her new registrar after the authorization code has been provided by the current registrar. If the registrant has not received the authorization code from his/her current registrar despite repeated attempts, the registrant can file a complaint to Registry Services. Registry Services will then subsequently contact the registrar. If Registry Services are unsuccessful in reaching the registrar, the authorization code will be provided.