If you originally filed an Intent-To-Use trademark application, you must file a Statement of Use before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will register your trademark. 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.
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A Statement of Use may be filed either before your application has been approved for publication or after a Notice of Allowance has been issued.
Along with your Statement of Use, you must provide:
Your Statement of Use includes a sworn statement signed by you (or someone authorized to sign for you), attesting to the use of your mark in commerce.
If you do not file a Statement of Use or extension request within 6 months of the mailing date of your Notice of Allowance (NOA), the USPTO will consider your trademark abandoned. Each extension allows the applicant an additional 6 months from the date of the NOA to file a Statement of Use, and a total of five (5) extensions may be requested.
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