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What is International Trademark Registration ?

An International Registration allows trademark owners to register their trademarks in multiple jurisdictions (contracting parties) with a single, uniform application filed through a centralized filing system administered by the WIPO International Bureau. WIPO checks formal requirements, including the accuracy of the goods and services specification and the relevant fees payment, and directs the International Registration to the designated jurisdictions.

How do I apply for an international trademark?

You can apply for international trademark protection by filing an MM2 form, which is available on the WIPO website. Then, you can submit a hard copy to the U.S. office. There are 113 countries that currently offer protection under the Madrid Agreement, including China, France, Italy, Australia and the European Union.

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