- Name and address of the applicant.
- Name, address and citizenship of the inventor(s).
- Invention title, abstract of the Invention, utility model or design.
- Invention, utility model or design text description.
- Priority claims (if any).
- Set of formal drawings.
- Translation of the foreign patent application into Spanish.
- Official filing fee.
- Power of Attorney.
Priority: Uruguay is a member of the Paris Convention. The Patent Office of Uruguay accepts a priority of 12 months from the original filing date. If Priority is claimed according to the Paris Convention, a certified copy of the basic foreign application will be required. This document does not need to be legalized. The Trademark and Patent Office requires a Spanish translation of these documents by a Public Translator.
Remember that Uruguay is not part of the PCT treaty.