MPEP 1135
PGPub Forms

This is the Ninth Edition of the MPEP, Revision 08.2017, Last Revised in January 2018

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1135    PGPub Forms [R-11.2013]

The following PGPub forms are available on the USPTO website (www.uspto.gov) and are reproduced at the end of this section:

Form PTO/AIA/24A, "Petition for Express Abandonment to Avoid Publication Under 37 CFR 1.138(c)," may be used by applicant in an application filed on or after September 16, 2012 for filing a petition for express abandonment to avoid publication under 37 CFR 1.138(c). Form PTO/SB/24A, "Petition for Express Abandonment to Avoid Publication Under 37 CFR 1.138(c)," may be used by applicant in an application filed before September 16, 2012 for filing a petition for express abandonment to avoid publication under 37 CFR 1.138(c). See MPEP § 1125. Form PTO/SB/35, "Nonpublication Request Under 35 U.S.C. 122(b)(2)(B)(i)," may be used by applicant for filing a request for nonpublication and the certification under 35 U.S.C. 122(b)(2)(B)(i) upon the filing of an application. See MPEP § 1122. Form PTO/SB/36 (revision April 2001 or later), "Rescission of Previous Nonpublication Request (35 U.S.C. 122(b)(2)(B)(ii) )) and, if Applicable, Notice of Foreign Filing (35 U.S.C. 122(b)(2)(B)(iii) )," may be used by applicant for filing a request for rescinding a previously filed nonpublication request and/or for filing a notice of foreign filing. The certificate of mailing or transmission only applies when applicant is filing a notice of foreign filing. See MPEP §§ 1123 and 1124. Form PTO/SB/64a, "Petition for Revival of an Application for Patent Abandoned for Failure to Notify the Office of a Foreign or International Filing (37 CFR 1.137(f)," may be used by applicant for filing a petition to revive an application abandoned for failure to notify the Office of a foreign filing. See MPEP § 1124.

AIA/24A Page 1
AIA/24A Page 2
SB/24A Page 1
SB/24a Privacy Act Statement
SB/35 Page 1
SB/35 Privacy Act Statement
SB/36 Page 1
SB/36 Privacy Act Statement
SB/64a
SB/64a Page 2
SB/64a Privacy Act Statement