Trademark Registration Cancelled, Restored to Pendency
U.S. Trademark Application Cancelled But Restored to Pendency
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You owned a fully registered trademark. In order to keep your mark active an affidavit showing continued use of the mark must have been filed between the fifth and sixth after the date of registration and on each 10th anniversary of registration. You did not timely file a Section 8 renewal, or your registration was cancelled for some other reason. But, it has now been restored (you may have filed a petition to revive or restore the registration).
Your registration was cancelled. However, it has been restored to pendency.
The required forms may be filed through the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) (click on "File Forms Online" from the main USPTO Home Page under the Trademark column), and then from within TEAS select the category "REGISTRATION MAINTENANCE/RENEWAL FORMS."
Renewals can be filed with the USPTO here:
Petitions can be filed here: