Jamaica is a relatively large island in comparison to most other islands. At 4,240 sq. miles in area, it is the third-largest island of the Greater Antilles and the Caribbean. Jamaica has a population of about 2.9 million people, making it the third-most populous English speaking country in the Americas, and the fourth-most populous country in the Caribbean. Kingston is the country’s capital and largest city. Jamaica is known globally for being the birthplace of the Rastafari religion and reggae music. It also receives international recognition for sports, especially sprinting and athletics.

Jamaica is a geographical dream with its mountainous regions, white sand beaches, caves, and rivers. There are also many mentionable species of endemic plants and animals on the island, making it a great spot for nature enthusiasts and adventurers. Notable figures like Bob Marley and Usain Bolt attract curious foreigners to the island’s shores. The Jamaican economy includes agriculture, mining, manufacturing, tourism, and petroleum refining as its main sources of revenue.

Filing Requirements


  • Local filing available. Validity period – 10 yrs from filing date.
  • Master AOAs signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Declaration for Priority, signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Priority filing accepted.
  • Only original documents will be accepted.
  • Classification system – International Classification System
  • Multi-class applications are allowed.


  • Master AOAs signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Six months’ grace period (Late fees to be incurred the day after the due date).
  • Local – 10 yrs from renewal date.

Madrid Protocol

  • Jamaica is a party to the Madrid Protocol.