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questions about limited recognition
« on: Dec 12th, 2007, 5:16pm »
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Hi all,
 
I, a foreign national, passed the patent bar exam on Oct. 18. I received the notice of results in one week. It says that "in the absence of lack of good moral character and reputation, the OED will give your application final approval and you will be granted limited recognition". It says nothing about data sheet, or fee, or oath. My name was posted until Dec. 7.  
 
1. How soon in general will I be issued a limited recognition number? what should I do to get the number?
 
2. What is the difference between the limited recognition number and registration number?
 
3. In my resume, how should I describe my situation? Can I seek for a position of patent agent?
 
Any response will be appreciated!
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Re: questions about limited recognition
« Reply #1 on: Dec 18th, 2007, 12:30am »
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please reply me at wangfloria at yahoo.com
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 18th, 2007, 6:42pm »
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(Separate question, but rather than start a new one, I thought I'd add it into this topic, where it fits pretty well.)
 
What's the advantage to taking the patent bar for foreign nationals who AREN'T (repeat: are NOT) working in the U.S.?
 
I just talked with an overseas U.S. patent attorney, whose firm has sent several of its foreign employees to the U.S. to take the patent bar.  They can't sign papers while working overseas, and they are not planning to stay in the U.S.  Is it just a way to test the employees' knowledge?
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