How much time does each Extension grant?

Each Extension of Time granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) typically grants an additional six months to file a Statement of Use. This means that if you have received a Notice of Allowance and are unable to file a Statement of Use within the original six-month time frame, you may request an Extension of Time that will provide you with an additional six months to use your trademark in commerce and file your Statement of Use.

It’s important to note that you may only request a limited number of Extensions of Time, usually up to five. After the maximum number of Extensions has been reached, the USPTO may cancel your trademark application if you have not filed a Statement of Use.In conclusion, each Extension of Time granted by the USPTO typically provides an additional six months to file a Statement of Use. However, it is important to keep in mind that you may only request a limited number of Extensions and that if you have not filed a Statement of Use after the maximum number of Extensions has been reached, the USPTO may cancel your trademark application.