Street address *
State or province (if applicable)
Zip/postal code *
Country of citizenship *
Country of organization *
Product(s) and/or service(s) *
Provide a concise list of products and/or services that you sell or that you will (intend to) sell under your trademark. Don't be generic but concise. Don't write, for example, “Clothing”, but be more specific and write, “T-shirts, pants and socks”, or "Clothing, namely, t-shirts, pants and socks". To have ideas of the way you should provide a product or service description, you can follow this link https://tmidm.uspto.gov/id-master-list-public.html and get to the USPTO identifications/descriptions of goods and services manual. Use keywords related to your product(s) or service(s), and retrieve ACCEPTABLE identifications/descriptions. It is usually a great guide also for other countries. You can then copy and paste the suitable description(s) here.
Are you already using your trademark in U.S. Interstate Commerce? Yes No, but I have a good faith intention to do so.
IMPORTANT NOTE: in case your trademark identifies products, you can state that you are engaged in U.S. Interstate Commerce if the products cross U.S. state lines bearing the mark on them, their packaging, labels, tags or similar. This could be for reasons of sales, transportation, importation of the goods in the U.S. from abroad or exportation of the goods from within the U.S. to a foreign country.
For the case your trademark identifies services, you can consider yourself engaged in U.S. Interstate Commerce if you offer and render the service to consumers located in more than one U.S. state (through a proprietary website, application, physical locations etc.) or if you offer and render services that affect interstate commerce (restaurants, gas stations, etc.)?
Date of first use in U.S. Interstate Commerce
If you have already started using of your trademark, and in case your trademark identifies products, did the products cross U.S. state lines bearing the mark on them, their packaging, labels, tags or similar? This could have happened for reason of sales, transportation, importation of the goods in the U.S. from abroad or exportation of the goods from within the U.S. to a foreign country. For the case your trademark identifies services, did you offer and render the service to consumers located in another U.S. state (through a proprietary website, or sites like Amazon or Ebay etc.) or did you offer and render services that affects interstate commerce (restaurants, gas stations, etc.)? IF YOU DID, FROM WHAT DATE? Month and year are, or even just the year is sufficient). If the events above described did not happen, leave blank.
Specimen of use/proof of use
If you provided a date of first use in “U.S. Interstate Commerce”, can you show us how you are using the trademark for your products or services with pictures or screenshots? For example, for products, you could provide a picture of a packaging, tag, label, the product itself bearing the mark, or a screenshot of a website checkout page where the trademark is shown, the product is described or pictured, and there is a price and a “buy” button. For services, for example, a screenshot of a website or social account page where the trademark is shown and the services offered could be acceptable. Also, a picture or file of marketing material could be sufficient. You can copy and paste screenshots, pictures, links and the like. Please not that the trademark that is shown on the specimen, for the specimen to be acceptable, usually, must be identical or nearly identical to the trademark we filed for.
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