How long after receiving the Notice of Allowance do I have to provide specimens?

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Written by Jan Buza

Co-founder of Trama

After the USPTO issues the Notice of Allowance, you have six months to provide specimens. You can extend this deadline up to five times, each extension adding six months. However, keep in mind that each extension incurs an additional fee and lengthens the registration process. Your trademark won't register until the USPTO approves your specimens.

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