National Phase Entry with AnalystIP Professionals

Protect your Invention through AnalystIP and our team of experts. Initiate National Phase Filing Process in India, USA, China, EPO, ARIPO and all other 150+ Countries.


    What is National Phase Patent Application Filing

    The National Phase Application is filed for protecting the invention in different countries within 30 or 31 months from the priority date. The application is filed based on the single international/PCT application. The applications are processed as per the PCT, which is administered by WIPO, wherein there are 153 countries that are the members of the PCT, and therefore an Applicant can file national phase application in any or a combination of the 152 countries using the PCT route. PCT route enables an Applicant to seek patent protection for an invention in a large number of countries simultaneously by filing a single international patent application instead of filing several separate national or regional patent applications (through the Paris Convention route).

    We serve in 150+ Countries

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    Our Approach for filing National Phase Application

    AnalystIP provides complete solutions for all your globally national phase patent application filing after PCT application. Our highly competitive and 20 years of experienced attorneys make process most ergonomic manner. We are well-versed with Indian & International Patent Law. With rich experience in filing and prosecution, we are confident to handle your Patent Application in India & around the World.

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    • Highly Competitive and Customized Transparent Fee Structure

    • One Stop Solution for Filing in Ordinary Patent Application in India & 150+ Countries

    • Automatic Docketing & Deadline Reminder of Upcoming Actions

    • Automatic Updates on Ongoing Project

    • Cloud Based Access of Documents

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    We have been working with AnalystIP’s team for the past three years and filed together patents in varied security-paradigms. During this time, we've received excellent service from the team, who are always responsive to our requests and provide useful advice.

    Scot Hicks

    AnalystIP wrote and filed a couple of my patents, and did an excellent job. I have worked with several other patent attorneys, and I know how difficult it is to write a good patent when the subject matter is highly technical.

    Paul Mathew

    We've been working with AnalystIP for a while and gladly recommend them for their professionalism, outstanding service and helpful advice.

    Haven Iris
    Startup's Owner

    The firm has devised and executed an IP strategy specifically tailored to our needs as an emerging startup, helping us secure a US patent for our core technology in under a year. This move allowed us to signal to our partners about the importance of our innovative technology.

    David Austin

    AnalystIP wrote 4 software-related patents forus. All four were highly technical and they have done an awesome job on them (quality, on time, didn't take a lot of bandwidth from us, cost...). He even found two bugs we had in our drawings. I would gladly prepare additional patents with him.

    Rahul Bohra

    Freqently asked questions

    What is the term of a patent in the Indian system?

    The patent is granted for 20 years of time period from the date of filing of utility patent application in India. However, for patent application filed under national phase under Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), the term of patent will be 20 years of time period from the international filing date under PCT.

    what are the criteria of patentability?

    An invention is patentable matter if it meets the following criteria –

    i) Invention must be Novel.
    ii) Invention should have inventive step or it must be non-obvious.
    iii) Invention needs to be capable of Industrial application.
    iv) Invention should not attract the provisions of section 3 and 4 of the Patents Act 1970

    Who can apply for a patent?

    A patent application can be filed either by true and first inventor or his assignee, either alone or jointly with any other person. However, legal representative of any deceased person can also make an application for patent.