SU - EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT COUNTED - NOT MAILED
Status code: 810

SU - EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT COUNTED - NOT MAILED
Status code: 810

SU - EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT COUNTED - NOT MAILED
Status code: 810

When applying to register a trademark, you must select a "basis" for your application. Typically, your application is either "use based," meaning that you currently use the mark in commerce, or "intent-to-use," meaning that you do not currently use the mark in commerce, but have a good faith intent to do so in the near future. An intent-to-use application will undergo the same examination as a use-based application. The difference is, with an intent-to-use application, you must file a "Statement of Use" after the mark is approved in order for it to mature from an application into a registration.

You must file a Statement of Use within six (6) months of your mark being approved. However, you can file up to five (5) requests to extend the filing period for an additional six (6) months. Status Code 810 is triggered after you file a Statement of Use. It means that the the Examining Attorney identified issues with the Statement of Use, and that you and the Examining Attorney have agreed to amend the application via an Examiner's Amendment, which is a less formal procedure to make certain changes to an application to allow it to proceed to registration. For more information on the Trademark Application Process in general, visit:

http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-getting-started/trademark-process

For intent to use forms, visit:

http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/filing-online/intent-use-itu-forms

For the USPTO's Intent-to-Use Application Timeline, visit:

http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks/process/sec1b_timeline.pdf