Monitor: Madrid e-Services

After filing through your Office of origin, you can track the status of your international application as it moves through WIPO's examination process.

Once your trademark has been registered by WIPO, monitor its progress and find out if protection has been granted or refused in your target markets.

  • International Application form (MM2) PDF, International Application form (MM2)

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Available WIPO tools and e-services

Madrid Monitor

Follow the status of your international application or trademark registration, access detailed information on all trademarks registered through the Madrid System, and keep an eye on competitors’ marks.

Features + benefits

  • Access trademark records using an intuitive search interface
  • Compile, save and share search results and strategies
  • Track the real-time status of your international trademark registration and related requests (including changes in ownership and renewals)
  • Find out where protection has been granted or refused for your trademark
  • Register to receive email alerts for changes related to trademarks of interest registered through the Madrid System
  • Consult the WIPO Gazette of International Marks

Quick Start Guide PDF, Madrid Monitor, quick start guide

Tip!

The Member Profiles Database contains information on the time limits applicable in your target markets. Use the database to uncover time limits for examination, cancellation, refusals, oppositions, third party observations and more.

Madrid e-services brochure PDF, Madrid e-services brochure

How to monitor

Overview: from application to registration

Understand the international registration process, including the roles played by WIPO and trademark offices in your target markets.

Details of the international registration process PDF, Details of the international registration process

Learn about the procedures under the Madrid System. Understand the substantive requirements of an international application, how to deal with 'irregularities', the effects of an International Registration issued by WIPO, responding to refusals issued by trademark offices, and more.