Military Post Offices Implementing Changes For International Mail

Beginning March 13, 2020, the United States Postal Service (USPS) and Military Post Offices will stop accepting handwritten customs forms on packages destined for international addresses.

Customers mailing packages from Military Post Offices to international addresses must use either their Click-n-Ship account or the USPS Customs Form Online tool to create electronic customs forms. Both options require customers to enter the weight and dimensions of their packages and select a mail class. The customer will require access to a printer to print the advanced electronic data generated customs form.

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Keith Jones