The specific localities and postal codes where service is suspended are listed on Ukranian postal operator Ukrposhta’s website at: That website notes that international postal items to the listed localities may be sent as Poste Restante (General Delivery) to post offices in localities that are controlled by the Ukrainian government, and provides instructions for addressing the items.Delivery services for international mail addressed to Crimea (postal codes in the range 95000–99999) are still suspended.
Items that be shipped include: cameras, video cameras, mobile/smart phones, Bluetooth headsets, laptop computers, shavers, portable DVD players, tablets, two-way radios, GPS devices and most other small electronic devices requiring lithium batteries.
Items that be shipped include lithium batteries not installed in the equipment they are intended to operate.
They don't always take that long, and they are usually delivered before that time, but we kindly ask that you please wait until at least 6 weeks before contacting us.
It can take quite a bit of time for the shipment to get through Customs as well as get sorted through your local postal carrier.
Unfortunately, there is no tracking available for USPS First-Class Mail International packages.
If you see a shipping related number corresponding to the order, it is actually a Customs ID used by UPS within the US until the package reaches the port of export and is handed off to USPS.
Business mailers get more detailed information about USPS mail processing facilities, and the operating status of delivery units.
Brazilian Post advises inbound and outbound international dispatches and mail delivery (letter post, parcels and EMS) will be delayed due to a truck driver strike and highway blockade since May 22.
Once USPS hands off the package to your local carrier, occasionally the Customs ID can reveal the Customs status of the package through your local carrier, but it is not guaranteed.
USPS Tracking Not Updating: United State Postal Service (USPS) is the independent postal service that is established in Washington DC since 1971.
For any returned item bearing a customs form, as well as any item shipped with Priority Mail Express International service, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service.