Do I need to pay extra for the Notice of Allowance?

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Written by Igor Demcak

Founder & Trademark Attorney

The "Notice of Allowance" itself is not issued at a cost. However, when the applicant receives the NoA, they must file a "Statement of use" and pay $100 per every class included in the application.

If the applicant uses an attorney or a law firm to file the "Statement of Use" on their behalf, they will be charged for this procedure. The cost depends on the service provider the applicant chooses.

The "Statement of Use" must also include a specimen per each class of goods and services. The specimen serves as proof that given goods and services are currently sold in the US market.

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