U.S. Postal Service Delivery ConfirmationWritten by L. Dean Sturgeon
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You can use Delivery Confirmation with following Extra Services:
Return Receipt for Merchandise – Provides a mailing receipt and a return receipt with date of delivery and recipient’s signature. Insured Mail - Insurance against loss or damage for merchandise and gifts. Registered Mail™ - Provides maximum security and date of delivery or attempted delivery. Collect on Delivery (COD) - Allows postage and price of an item to be collected from recipient by USPS and given to mailer. Special Handling - Provides preferential handling for fragile or perishable items. Merchandise Return Service - Your customers will appreciate ability to return merchandise easily at no cost to them. When you have a Merchandise Return permit, you pay postage and fees for goods sent back to you. Return Receipt - Provides a postcard with date of delivery and recipient's signature. Restricted Delivery - Confirms that only a specified person (or authorized agent) will receive a piece of mail. Only available with Certified Mail, Insured Mail over $50, or Registered Mail.
Until next time.
25 year employee as a Supervisor with the U.S. Postal Service.
USCIS (INS) continues to expand online InfoPass service.Written by Victor Motak
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InfoPass allows anyone who is living in a serviced USCIS district and seeking immigration benefits to schedule an appointment with immigration officers via Internet. The simple to use online system allows users to discuss complex immigration issues with USCIS officials, while avoiding long lines.
The secure Internet site offers service in 12 languages and is organized in a series of prompts, asking user to enter their name, zip code, address, phone number and a desired appointment date. Once all information is entered, system will generate an appointment notice. Appointments are offered in two-week blocks. The notice will provide address of USCIS office and any information regarding required identification and/or additional documentation, such as a green card or work permit, to be presented at appointment.
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