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Madrid System: Managing International Trademark Registrations – Renew your Registration

You can renew your international trademark registration every ten years directly with WIPO using "Renew your Registration" under eMadrid. Shortly before renewal is due, we will send you an unofficial notice, confirming the date of expiry of your international registration. Sample Unofficial Expiry Notice PDF, Sample Unofficial Expiry Notice.

When should you renew your international trademark registration?

You can renew your international trademark registration at the earliest six months before the ten-year term of protection expires, or within the six-month grace period following its expiry. Important! Surcharges apply if you renew during the grace period.

What happens next?

We will check your renewal (formalities only) and notify you of any problems, including failure to pay the required fees. If the renewal request meets all requirements, we will record it in the International Register and send you a Certificate of Renewal. Sample Certificate of Renewal PDF, Sample Certificate of Renewal

How much does it cost?

Renewal fees include:

  • a basic fee (653 Swiss francs); plus
  • an individual fee (variable) for each designated Madrid System member (applies only to those members listed under declaration (c) concerning Article 8(7)(a) of the Madrid Protocol); and/or
  • a complementary fee (100 Swiss francs) for each Madrid System member not listed under declaration (c); and
  • a supplementary fee (100 Swiss francs) for each class of goods and services in excess of three (applies only if a complementary fee is payable, i.e., if some of the designated members do not charge an individual fee) .

Note: you must pay a 50% surcharge if you renew your international trademark registration during the six-month grace period following expiry.

Use the Madrid System Fee Calculator under eMadrid to estimate your renewal fees.

Disclaimer: Fee Calculator results are based on the information you provide and the Schedule of Fees in effect at the time of the estimate. The estimate is for information purposes only. For the most accurate estimate, consult the Fee Calculator immediately before you submit a request or payment order.

Madrid System forms

You can also renew your international trademark registration using Madrid System Form MM11. However, we strongly recommend that you do this online through eMadrid.

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