A USPTO patent examiner issues different types of official letters about patent applications. A careful reading is must to the USPTO correspondence to understand what type of response is needed and the time limit for it.
An Office action is a common letter received from the Patent Examiner. It is a written correspondence from the patent examiner that requires written response from the applicant. The reply to it must be responsive to each ground of rejection and objection made by the examiner. Examples of Office actions include a restriction requirement, a non-final Office action, and a final Office action.
Intellectual Property Logium drafts the response to office action and file it with USPTO. You can contact us for advise and a reply to the examiner letter if you have received from the Patent Examiner.