The mailer must complete PS Tag 115, International Priority Airmail, and must write “Canada” on the front side of the tag, In addition, the mailer must apply to the tag a barcode that indicates the mailer’s permit number, the product code, the service type code, the receptacle type, the foreign office of exchange code, and the serial number of the tray. USPS Tracking ® 9400 1000 0000 0000 0000 00. Priority Mail ® 9205 5000 0000 0000 0000 00. Certified Mail ® 9407 3000 0000 0000 0000 00. Collect On Delivery Hold For Pickup 9303 3000 0000 0000 0000 00. Global Express Guaranteed ® 82 000 000 00.
234 Mail Preparation
Priority Mail International packages are subject to the addressing requirements contained in 122. In addition, mailers should include the name and address of the sender and addressee on a separate slip enclosed in the parcel. See 122.
Usps Priority Mail International Time
Priority Mail International items must be marked “AIRMAIL” or “PAR AVION” or bear one of the two prescribed airmail labels (i.e., either PS Label 19-A, Par Avion Airmail, or PS Label 19-B, Par Avion Airmail). The airmail marking or label should be placed below and to the left of the delivery address.
234.3 Customs Documentation
Mailers complete the hard copy PS Form 2976-R or electronically generate PS Form 2976-A, and if applicable, must fulfill any other nonpostal export requirements described in chapter 5.