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A reminder that you may email TEAS@uspto.gov for help in resolving glitches or answering technical questions. Please include the following information: (1) your name, (2) telephone number, (3) serial number and/or registration number, (4) a description of your issue, including the name of the form you are having problems with (e.g., Response to Office Action Form, Request for Extension of Time to File a Statement of Use, etc.), and (5) a screen shot of any error message that you are receiving.
For help in resolving technical glitches with the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS), please e-mail TEAS@uspto.gov . Please include the following information: (1) your name, (2) telephone number, (3) serial number and/or registration number, (4) a description of your issue, including the name of the form you are having problems with (e.g., Response to Office Action Form, Request for Extension of Time to File a Statement of Use, etc.), and (5) a screen shot of any error message that you are receiving. You should receive a response within 2 hours if the e-mail is submitted during normal business hours. For additional information, see the TEAS Help Desk.
1. The filing date and serial number of the U.S. basic application and/or the registration date and registration number of the U.S. basic registration;2. The name of the international applicant that is identical to the name of the applicant or registrant as it appears in the basic application or basic registration and applicant's current address;3. A statement that the applicant is entitled to file an international application in the USPTO, specifying that applicant:(i) is a national of the United States;(ii) has a domicile in the United States; or(iii) has a real and effective industrial or commercial establishment in the United States. Where an applicant's address is not in the United States, the applicant must provide the address of its U.S. domicile or establishment.4. An e-mail address for receipt of correspondence from the USPTO.5. A reproduction of the mark that is the same as the mark in the basic application and/or registration.6. A color claim as detailed in § 7.12, if appropriate;7. A description of the mark that is the same as the description of the mark in the basic application or registration, as appropriate;8. An indication of the type of mark if the mark in the basic application and/or registration is: (1) a three-dimensional mark, (2) a sound mark, (3) a collective mark, or (4) a certification mark;9. A list of the goods and/or services that is identical to or narrower than the list of goods and/or services in each claimed basic application or registration and classified according to the Nice Agreement Concerning the International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of the Registration of Marks; and10. Fees in the nature of: (1) the USPTO certification fee, (2) the international application fees for all classes, and (3) the fees for all designated Contracting Parties identified in the international application.
Pre-Populated Form: The pre-populated form will automatically display the exact information that is already in the USPTO database for one specific serial number of a U.S. basic application or a U.S. basic registration number. If you do not change any data fields, the USPTO will directly submit information that must be certified to WIPO's International Bureau (IB), without independent review of this data at the USPTO. Alternatively, this form may be used where certain data fields can be changed (e.g., either narrowing the scope of the identification of goods and/or services in the U.S. basic application or registration, and/or substituting a color drawing of the mark, where the original mark is shown in the USPTO database as a black-and-white image); however, if any data field is changed, an independent review of this data will occur by the USPTO's Madrid Processing Unit before the form will be forwarded to the IB.
Free-Text Form: The free-text form must be used if: (1) the application for international registration is being based on more than one serial number of a U.S. basic application or a U.S. basic registration number; (2) data is being changed in any way other than only narrowing the scope of the identification of goods and/or services in the U.S. basic application or registration and/or substituting a color drawing of the mark, where the original mark is shown in the USPTO database as a black-and-white image; or (3) the U.S. basic application being used as the basis is not yet loaded into the Office's database at the time of filing, e.g., immediately after a U.S. application was filed. Information on this form is not automatically certified, and will not be submitted directly to the IB. Instead, the form will be routed to the USPTO's Madrid Processing Unit for review. If all elements required for certification are supplied, the form will then be forwarded to the IB.
You can view and download documents contained in the USPTO's electronic records using the USPTO's Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system, at To retrieve the records relating to your trademark, enter your application serial number or registration number and click the "Documents" button.
Once you receive a filing receipt containing the serial number of your application, you may check the status of your application through the Trademark Applications and Registrations Retrieval (TARR) database at or by calling the Trademark Assistance Center at 571-272-9250 or 800-786-9199.
You may receive unsolicited communications from companies requesting fees for trademark-related services, such as monitoring and document filing. Although solicitations from these companies frequently display customer-specific information, including USPTO serial number or registration number and owner name, companies that offer these services are not affiliated or associated with the USPTO or any other federal agency. See Caution: misleading notices for more information.
Once you receive a serial number for your application, you can check the status of your application through the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system. If you do not have access to the Internet, you can call the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199 to request a status check. You should check on the status of your pending application every 3-4 months. If the USPTO has taken any action, you may need to respond promptly. All USPTO actions are available for viewing using TSDR.
If the e-mail link in the "Trademark Official Gazette Publication Confirmation" does not work correctly you can search the TMOG by issue date and serial number to locate your mark. The serial number and issue date are both in the TRADEMARK OFFICIAL GAZETTE PUBLICATION CONFIRMATION e-mail notice.
Direct your browser to this URL - then select the correct issue date from ISSUES under the FILTERS on the left hand side of the window. Check the box corresponding to the issue you need. Then type or copy the serial number into the SEARCH BY text box and click the magnifying glass icon to execute the search. Please note that by default the filter settings select the most current issue and marks publishing for opposition, so if you need an older issue you have to select it.
If you need additional assistance with viewing the TMOG, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your telephone number, serial number, and a description of your issue. You should receive a response within 24 hours if the e-mail is submitted during normal business hours. For general information, contact the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199.
You can search for a trademark in the online version of the TMOG available at "You can search the PDF file by any literal element of the mark, the owner's name, the serial number, or the registration number. To search for a trademark in the TMOG: 2b1af7f3a8