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Sending mail from US to Mexico

#1 nm123

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Posted 01 July 2007 - 02:21 PM

What is the fastest and most reliable way to send mail to Mexico? I mailed a letter to the capital of a state at the end of April and it never arrived, but I mailed it regular US airmail.

I've heard DHL and Fedex are the best way to go, but what if I am just sending letters and although it would be of sentimental value, it's not that big of a deal if it gets lost? Is there a special method with US Mail (like Express with Delivery Confirmation or Return Receipt?) that I could use where it's between $15 to $20 and very reliable?
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#2 beckib21

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Posted 06 July 2007 - 04:27 PM

What is the fastest and most reliable way to send mail to Mexico? I mailed a letter to the capital of a state at the end of April and it never arrived, but I mailed it regular US airmail.

I've heard DHL and Fedex are the best way to go, but what if I am just sending letters and although it would be of sentimental value, it's not that big of a deal if it gets lost? Is there a special method with US Mail (like Express with Delivery Confirmation or Return Receipt?) that I could use where it's between $15 to $20 and very reliable?




Anything Ive ever sent through ¨normal¨ mail has gotten lost. So I only use email or when I need to I use fed ex but then I try to send everything I need to at the same time to my mom who sends it via regular mail to everyone else. You can also try to find if their is a mailboxes etc. near you. We just got one and for 300 pesos a month I can have a us post office box.

Becki :star:
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Dec. 9 > Touched
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Jan. 12> APPROVED (by email notice)
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Mar.17> Recieved Affidivit of Support
Mar.29>Mailed DS 3032
Apr.11>IV Fee Generated
Apr.22. IV Fee Recieved
Jan. 2006> Wedding Ceremony in Mexico (we decide to push back the visa process so we can stay longer in Mexico)
APRIL 2006- FINALLY PAID IV FEE (one year later)
June 30th - Recieve RFE on I-864.
Oct. - Mailed RFE with new I-864
Sept. 13 2006- Approved and sent to embassy (how before I even fixed the stupid RFE I dont know! And yes I checked with CDJ and they recieved it)
July 9 - recieved emial with interview date
Sept. 7 2007 - INTERVIEW DATE

#3 missing her

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 07:52 PM

mexico express out of california it is new and suposed to be reliable
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