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A provisional patent application allows you to use the phrase “patent pending” for 12 months.
Receive a filing date from the US Patent Office which sets your date in line with them.
You will receive an official receipt from the US Patent Office confirming acceptance of your provisional patent application.
Our proprietary electronic signature system allows you sign patent application documents from your computer or mobile device.
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*$65 govt fee assumes you are classified as "micro entity" by USPTO. If you have filed 5 or more non-provisional patent apps in the past, or have an annual income of greater than $169,548, you may be classified as "small entity" or "large entity" which requires $130 or $260 govt fee
It's the first step before a patent application! First, you learn how patentable your invention may be. If it's not very patentable, don't waste time and money on a patent app. Second, it may help you increase your patentability. By seeing what is similar, you can improve your invention around other existing invention and increase patentability.
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