In addition to our standard verification requirements, a legal opinion letter may be required to confirm that the requestor has the authority to obtain SSL Certificates on behalf of the company. The legal opinion letter also may be used to confirm the organization registration, organization address, telephone number, domain ownership, and the organization’s business status. The physical address may be confirmed by a physical site visit if necessary. Once confirmed, the requestor may purchase additional SSL Certificates based on the original letter. If a legal opinion letter cannot be obtained, our Certification Practice Statement outlines alternate authentication and verification processes.