When registering a trademark, you will typically need to provide the following documents:

  1. Trademark application form: This is the form that officially requests registration of your trademark. The form will require you to provide information about the trademark, including its owner, the goods or services it represents, and how it is used.

  2. Specimen of the trademark: This is a sample of the trademark as it is used in commerce. For a word mark, the specimen could be a business card, product packaging, or advertising materials that display the mark. For a design mark, the specimen could be an image or drawing of the mark.

  3. Statement of use: If your trademark is already in use in commerce, you may need to provide a statement of use. This document confirms that the trademark is being used in connection with the goods or services listed in the application.

  4. Power of attorney: If you are using an attorney to file the trademark application on your behalf, you will need to provide a power of attorney document that authorizes the attorney to act on your behalf.

  5. Government fees: You will need to pay a fee to file the trademark application. The amount of the fee will depend on the jurisdiction and the type of trademark application.

  6. Priority document: If you are claiming priority based on an earlier trademark application filed in another country, you may need to provide a priority document. This document shows the date and number of the earlier application.

Note that the specific requirements for trademark registration can vary depending on the jurisdiction in which you are filing the application. It is always a good idea to consult with a qualified attorney or trademark agent to ensure that you have all of the necessary documents and information for a successful trademark registration.