International Shipping & Mailing | USPS

International Shipping & Mailing | USPS

USPS® international mail services go to Canada, Mexico, and more than 190 countries. Choose a mailing service based on delivery speed and shipping rates. Our fastest services even include international tracking and insurance. Click-N-Ship® and USPS online tools help you fill out customs forms and print postage and address labels.

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ALERT: USPS can no longer accept or deliver international mail to several countries due to COVID-19 service impacts. See all countries with temporary service and guaranteed-delivery suspensions. Read More

First-time applicant holding a US passport.

Many Post Offices™ accept passport applications for first-time applicants, minors, and people who may not renew their passport by mail.

Young woman labeling a USPS Priority Mail International package.

Choose Global Express Guaranteed® overnight delivery or pick from a variety of other international services that deliver in 3–10 business days.

Customer taping a box to prepare for shipping

Get packing tips for your international mail and packages, find out what items are restricted, see weight limits, and more.

Woman using USPS online customs forms tool on her laptop

You often need a customs form to ship to another country. Click-N-Ship and the USPS online customs form tool can guide you through the process.

Military service member holding a special Priority Mail APO/FPO Large Flat Rate Box.

Properly prepare APO/FPO/DPO packages using free boxes, correct custom forms, and military mail guidelines.

Sample Postal money order

Need to get money to someone overseas? Postal international money orders and Sure Money® wire transfers are safe, secure options. See the maximum amounts you can send.

1. For many major markets. Actual number of days may vary. See Publication 141, Global Express Guaranteed Service DescriptionBack ^

2. For many major markets. Actual number of days may vary based upon origin, destination and customs delays. Back ^

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