EU: Trademark Registration

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The European Union Trade Mark (EUTM) grants you exclusive rights in all current or future Member States of the European Union through a single online registration application. It shall be valid for 10 years and maybe renewed indefinitely for a period of 10 years at each renewal. Prior to submitting your request, don’t forget to consult our checklist in order to ensure smooth processing.

File an EU trademark application in five steps

Our Fast Track option to register your trademark

  • Create and submit your request within 10 minutes.
  • We will guide you through the application process step by step.
  • You can save your request at any time of the procedure.
  • Have your request submitted in half the time (or less) than your regular request. Find out more about Fast Track.

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Advanced form

If you need to submit more complex requests, we recommend using this form. Find out how to send a Fast Track request using our advanced form.

Initiate Your Request

Taxes and their payment

If you wish to submit your request using a paper form, a fee of 1000 EUR must be paid.

Taxes applicable for trademarks:

Basic Taxation

The basic fee is charged within one month from the date of receipt of the application by the EUIPO. Please note that EUIPO only evaluates trademark applications and processes of correspondence relating to them once the amount due has been paid.

Tax Calculator

You can determine the precise amount of your fee based on the number of classes and the process used for filing your claim.

Calculate your tax

Complete list of taxes applicable to trademarks

List of taxes in force to be paid directly to EUIPO .

An EU mark is valid for 10 years. It can be renewed indefinitely, for a period of 10 years at each renewal.


Payment methods

Trademark taxes may be paid by credit card, bank transfer or through an EUIPO current account. The Office shall provide an online service to the holders of the current account, giving them access to all information relating to that account and to the transactions in progress thereon.

  • Credit card

This payment method is the most suitable for electronically filed claims and is recommended for most users.

Avoid additional costs!

  • Bank transfers

Bank transfers must be made to one of the following accounts.

Bank accounts

  • Current account

Recommended for professional users.

Find out more about current accounts with the Office

To find out more information, visit this website.

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