If you would like to transfer a domain to another registrar, you would need to first check to see if it can be transferred. Below are some of the factors that could prevent your domain from being transferred.
1. If You Newly Registered The Domain: If your domain was registered less than 60 days ago, you will not be able to transfer the domain. You can only transfer a domain that has been registered for over 60 days.
2. If You Recently Transferred The Domain: You cannot transfer a domain within 60 days of transferring it from another registrar. For example, if you transfer a domain from registrar A to registrar B, you cannot transfer the domain to registrar C until after 60 days.
3. If There is a Theft/Lock/Suspension Restriction Placed On The Domain: If there is a theft, lock or suspension restriction placed on your domain, you cannot transfer the domain. You will first need to remove any of the restrictions on the domain before it can be transferred. If necessary, you can write to the registry that currently holds these domains to assist you disable these restrictions.
4.If Privacy Protection Is Enabled: If you have enabled domain privacy protection, you will not be able to transfer the domain. You will need to disable domain privacy first before the domain can be transferred.
5. If Domain Name is in The Redemption Grace Period or in The Pending Delete Status: Once your domain expires, it enters the redemption grace period. If it is not renewed during this time, it enters a pending delete period. At either of these points, you will not be able to transfer the domain. You will need to renew the domain first with the current registrar and then wait until after 60 days before you can transfer the domain to another registrar.