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The best postal service to mail document to Ghana

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My Fiance just went in the post office and mailed them. They all arrived safely on different several different occasions. To be honest all parcel companies including FedEx and UPS have mishaps and can lose shipments.

Its almost a risk whatever way you send them. The only difference is FedEx and UPS usually have tracking and get there quicker than your normal postal service so it depends on if your in a hurry or not.

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For me, important documents have always gone UPS/FedEx/DHL and not via USPS or Thai Post. Yes, those private services can and do lose shipments. However, the postal system in Thailand is a little less sophisticated than ours here in the States. Honestly, I can't stomach the amount of money my fiancee and I have spent just sending documents back and forth to each other. But we've decided that reliability, tracking, and peace of mind is worth the price. Believe me, I feel your pain!

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Thanks for the response everyone really apprexiate.i guess ones is going overseas I shouldn't expect to pay any less.

Yeah, unfortunately the cost is high when it comes to international mail. If I wasn't sending important documents (I-134, tax stuff, etc.) I'd just use regular postal mail.

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i would use fed ex or ups. i sent a phone to my husband in Ghana this time last year and he never got it. or if you know any one else who is going to go over to see a loved one maybe they can take the paperwork if its not a lot with them. I went to the local library and scanned my stuff into my email and then just emailed it to my hubby that way he had copies and we had already sent the originals to uscis and nvc. hope this helps. best wishes.

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