Please enter the serial/registration number(s) of the
applications(s) or registration(s) for which you wish to
change the owner's address (which may be the same as, or
different from, the correspondence address). To change
the owner's address for more than one application or
registration having the identical single owner, enter
multiple serial/registration numbers (but not exceeding
300 serial/registration numbers per request form,
separating each with a space, with no punctuation). To
change the owner's address for a single application
or registration having multiple owners, enter the
serial/registration number. Click on the "Continue"
button below to access the form for entering
Changing the owner's address, whether through this electronic
form or filing a paper change request, does not record or effect
changes to the applicant's or registrant's name, nor record or
effect transfers of ownership of an application or registration from
one party to another. You must file such recordals with the
Assignments Division. For more information on Assignments, click here.
To file an Assignment electronically, click here.
When there is an attorney of record you cannot update the correspondence
address on the Change of Owner Address form. However, when there is no attorney
of record you can update the correspondence address on this form.
Note to Registrants: Use of this form to change the
owner's address will not automatically generate an "updated
registration certificate" (URC). To obtain an URC that reflects the
new address, you must submit a written request for the URC pursuant
to §7 of the Act, along with the required fee. See 37 C.F.R.
Note:You must complete any field preceded by the
symbol "*". ONLY the applicant or
its attorney is qualified to sign this form requesting a change of
the owner's address data.
WARNING: This form has a
session time limit of 60 minutes. Your "session" began as soon as
you accessed this initial Form Wizard page. If you exceed the
60-minute time limit, the form will not validate and you must begin
the entire process again; you can, however, extend
the time limit. You should always try to have
all information required to complete the form prior to starting any