How is a registration reviewed?

How is a registration reviewed?

Depending on the type of registered works, the type of account, and account history, a registration and or its works may be reviewed in order to determine if it meets guidelines set by Onregistry. Our reviewer team’s philosophy is based on a number of variables in order to determine what is acceptable for the intended creative field category. Our reviewers may inspect the registration and or the work’s content, in detail. We recommend that you do the same prior to submission in order to avoid an unnecessary rejection.

 

It usually takes 2-5 days for content to be reviewed. However, during times of increased submissions traffic, the reviewing process time may take up to 7-10 days. In some cases, a registration may be selected for a more thorough review because a reviewer had a specific policy or judgment question, or there was a question that our team of review coordinators extended to the author. A more thorough review does not indicate that there's any suspicion of wrongdoing. It can mean that a reviewer has asked for a more authoritative judgment or answer before choosing to accept or reject the registration and or the works, or that the team is following standard policies and procedures related to ensuring the integrity of its intended creative field category. These procedures are in place to ultimately protect you and your registrations as an author, as well as the customer, the licensee.

 

Revised March 1, 2017

Publication Ref. 0392.3906 EN form 3906.1/V1.0