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US Trademark Registration


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Looking to enter the US market? Protect your brand with the best in the business: Zolvit!

Here’s How It Works

Zolvit simplifies the registration process for US trademarks by offering a three-step process. Register a US trademark from anywhere in the world.


Excellent service and support. Vakil Search Team is very supportive and professional. I Really appreciate the service and support from the team.

Rachna Pathania

Founder & CEO of SchnellTek Software Pvt. Ltd.


Zolvit has been our legal service provider for quite a long time! Our experience with them has been great, especially the speed and proficiency with which they deliver their services. We recommend them!

Satya Vasireddy & Sravani Vasireddy

Founders of Lovely Chocos


Zolvit is exactly what it does. Legal is simple. We went to Zolvit to register our Trademark during the lockdown and everything was done online with ease. We never even had to step out of the house. It was truly a digital experience.

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CEO & Developer of

Here’s What You’ll Need

You can protect your business from imitation by registering your trademark. Zolvit uses best-in-industry security protocols to protect your documents.

In the beginning, all we need from you is the following information

  • Applicant's name

  • The applicant's address

  • The mark's details

  • Sample or drawing of the intended mark (video clip or audio files if it is a sound mark)

  • Type of business and objectives.

    Why Should I Use Zolvit for US Trademark Registration?

    • We Register a New Company Every 9 Minutes

      New Company

      We Register a New Company Every 9 Minutes

    • Businesses Served by Zolvit


      Businesses Served by Zolvit

    • All Financial Services in One Place

      Financial Services

      All Financial Services in One Place

    • Nominal rates, great turnaround time

      Quick & Affordable

      Nominal rates, great turnaround time

    • 100% satisfaction guaranteed


      100% satisfaction guaranteed

    Have you got an idea for a new product? Maybe you already own one? Zolvit may be able to help you register it!

    Did you know

    Did you know?

    Registration of a trademark in the USA provides legal protection for ten years from the date of its certification. Upon ten years, if the owner wishes to continue to operate it unbroken, further charges must be paid to the USA Ministry of Economy.

      Since colonial times, state common law has protected trademarks, but Congress did not create a federal trademark regime until 1870. According to the Lanham Act, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) regulates trademark registration.


      Is there a time frame for the trademark registration approval?


      What type of trademarks can be registered easily?


      Which type of trademarks is not generally registered?


      What types of trademarks can be registered in the United States?


      Do I need to present a periodic statement of use?


      How can I enforce my trademark in the US?


      An Overview of US Trademark Registration

      In today's business world, it is increasingly necessary to register your Intellectual Property. Trademarks are represented by words, phrases, or logos that indicate the supply of goods and services in the USA. The Lanham Act governs trademark law in the United States. Trademark rights are mechanically collected when a business uses a name or logo in commerce, and they are enforceable in state courts. In law, material possession is sometimes protected by patents, copyrights, and trademarks, so its owners can gain recognition or financial benefits from what they make. The information processing system cultivates an environment where creativity and innovation can flourish by balancing the interests of innovators and the community.

      Registration of trademarks in the USA and their administration at the federal level are governed by the United States Patent and Trademark workplace (USPTO). In addition, each state conducts its own trademark registration for companies based on limited geography and does not need the additional protection offered by the federal registration.

        Checklist for US Trademark Registration

        Any individual or business can apply for a trademark, including:

        • Individual
        • Corporation
        • Sole Proprietorship
        • Trust
        • Limited Liability Company
        • Partnership
        • Limited Partnership
        • Joint Venture

        US Trademark Registration Process

        The federal and state registration within the USA relies on:

        • Step 1: First-to-Use System

          It refers to the rights of the first person to use a mark for business purposes. Under this technique, the protection isn't very robust

        • Step 2: Intent-to-Use System

          Under this application, the mark should be used within five years of filing. However, there will be a couple of privileges attached to this,

          • It is not registration that generates rights and priority in the United States, but rather the precise use of a designation as a mark. Therefore, trademark ownership goes to the 'first-to-use', not the 'first-to-file'.

        US Trademark Registration With Zolvit

        Here is why you should choose Zolvit for US trademark registration:

        • The USPTO directory is thoroughly searched by us
        • You will be guided by our experts as to which classes you should apply under
        • The application is filled out and filed by us
        • Throughout the registration process, we keep you updated
        • We provide the best support throughout the process and answer all your questions.

        Documents Required for US Trademark Registration

        • Form for application
        • Applicant's I.D. and address proof
        • A copy of the certificate of incorporation for the business or company
        • Power of attorney letter
        • A print and digital version of the proposed Trademark
        • A copy of the applicant's passport.