Once you file your trademark application, it may take approximately 3 months before it is the application is assigned to an examiner for review. If an office action is issued, the owner or his representative usually has six months to respond. Once the application is approved for publication, it will be published in the Official Gazette and the 30-day opposition period begins. If no one files an opposition or requests an extension of the opposition period, then the certificate of registration should issue within eleven weeks after the publication date.
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