MPEP Section 605.04(d), Applicant Unable to Write
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605.04(d) Applicant Unable to Write
If the applicant is unable to write, his or her mark as affixed to the oath or declaration must be attested to by a witness. In the case of the oath, the notary's signature to the jurat is sufficient to authenticate the mark.