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You can look up the provisional application by its application number in Public PAIR and verify that it exists. Since that also doesn't find it according to your comment It might be a typo in the non-provisional. If the application gets a rejection based on a reference published before the non-provisional was filed and the applicant wants to disqualify the ...


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There isn't a direct way to do this through an API. What you'll want to do is develop a crawler, either local (e.g., automate IE or Selenium) or cloud-based. As Private PAIR access requires passing 2-factor authentication from the uspto.gov website, you'll need to build that authentication process into your framework. As a result, you'll need to wait for ...


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Applicant and assignee are not the same thing. To change the applicant you will need to file a "request to take action" from the new assignee and a new ADS. See MPEP 325 Establishing Right of Assignee To Take Action in Application Filed On or After September 16, 2012 [R-10.2019] An assignee who is not the original applicant must become the ...


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