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Overview

 

Filing application under the Patent Cooperation Treaty(PCT) allows you to file patent applications in other countries who are party to PCT in around 30 months of application for patent filing in India and you can claim priority date of first patent filing application, i.e. patent application in India.

MyAdvo will file the application under PCT on your behalf through an expert patent attorney and provide regular updates to you.

Steps Involved in Patent filing under Patent Cooperation Treaty(PCT)

Before your Payment
After your Payment

Request

Once you send in a request, our representative will get in touch with you to understand your requirements.

Documents and Questionnaire

A checklist of documents and a questionnaire will be provided to record your details.

Patent Attorney Assignment

As per your requirements, we will connect you to an expert patent attorney.

Documentation

The patent attorney will review your documents and draft applications, as may be required. The draft applications will be shared with you for review and approval.

Filing of Application under PCT

The patent attorney will file the application under PCT along with fees.

Updates

We will provide regular updates to you until the registration process is complete.

Required Documents

  • Power of attorney

  • Drawings of invention

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Payment Structure

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100% Refund Policy - No Questions Asked
24X7 Customer Support
Dedicated Case Manager
Timely Delivery of Case