The USPTO’s Accelerated Examination Program involves numerous prescribed requirements. One of the major criteria for admissibility of an application under this program is Pre-Examination Search Document. While submitting an application, an applicant must include a separate statement detailing the findings of a pre-examination search. It is mandatory for an applicant who decides to file a petition under the Accelerated Examination Program to conduct a comprehensive prior art search among US Patents, published patent applications, foreign patent documents, and any non-patent literature. It is also important for an applicant to submit an Accelerated Examination Support Document (AESD). This form necessitates the addition of an Information Disclosure Statement (IDS) that also provides citations that are closely connected to the subject of each claim in the submitted application. An applicant is required to specifically provide wherein each reference an examiner may locate each of the applicant’s claim limitations. The next step is for the applicant to provide a detailed description of how each claim is patentable over the parallel reference.