Categories Patent FAQ Can applicant file a paper on an application under secrecy order if the paper does not disclose the subject invention, such as a change of correspondence address? Post author By faq Post date 2020-06-26 No Comments on Can applicant file a paper on an application under secrecy order if the paper does not disclose the subject invention, such as a change of correspondence address? No, applicant must file all papers directly with Licensing and Review in accordance with the terms of the secrecy order. Related posts: Can applicant file papers on an application under secrecy order via EFS-Web? How can I change my correspondence address or owner address? Will you fax or email me a copy of a paper from the file? I filed a provisional application and did not receive a foreign filing license. Six months have passed and having received no secrecy order, I foreign filed the application. I later filed the nonprovisional application and again did not receive a foreign ← What is a patent? → Will Licensing and Review assist me in determining whether or not a license is required in my specific instance? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.