Quickly prepare and file your Statement of Use
A Statement of Use proves to the USPTO that you are actively using your trademark to sell the goods or services listed in your trademark application.
Who should file a Statement of Use?
Trademark applicants who originally filed an “intent-to-use” trademark application (i.e., before they began using their mark in commerce) are required to file a Statement of Use. This filing indicates that the applicant has begun using the applied-for trademark in commerce, and enables the USPTO to register the trademark.
When should I file my Statement of Use?
You should file your Statement of Use within the following time periods:
- Within six months of the day the USPTO mails you a "Notice of Allowance." This is a written notice of conditional approval sent after the mark is published.
- Within a previously granted extension period from the USPTO.
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