Do I Have to Be an American Resident to File in the U.S.?

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The answer is that no.

Anybody can file a trademark in the U.S. whether you are a U.S. resident, a foreign resident, a company, a Canadian company, an American company, a French company.

They don't care as long as you meet all the other formal requirements about how your application is filed, it doesn't matter where you reside, you're good to go.

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