When you mail a letter or small package (below 4.4 pounds) to another country, the U.S. Postal Service pays what is called terminal dues to the destination post for its share of processing and delivery of the item. It’s the same all over the world. Posts pay each other terminal dues to process and deliver cross-border mail.
Americans are a mobile bunch. Last year, the U.S. Postal Service processed nearly 37 million change of address (COA) requests, with most of them (20.6 million) submitted as hardcopy requests.
With COA service, residential and business customers can have their mail forwarded to a new...Read More