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This question is for anyone who have a foreign fiance(e) in Morocco. This may sound like a crazy question but i'm confused about the address. I'm not exactly sure how i should write the address on the package. Im conused because it is different from the way we write the addresses. So if any one can help out it would be very helpful. here is a sample of his address , just tell me how i should write it out. And also do anyone know the best way to send the package to him: 00 Rue Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah Yassmine 1 another example Mohammed Ben Abdellah 00, Khemisset, Morocco 15000. I really need alittle help in figuring this out. thank you so much. :help:

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I-129f mailed on 02/03/06

Reciept Number Date 02/06/06

Recieved NOA 1 in Mail on 02/09/06

Approved NOA 2 on 04/24/06

Recieved NOA 2 in Mail 04/27/06

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Hi Shauna,

I'm sure 00 Mohammed Ben Abdellah is the Street (Rue) and house number, Khemisset is the City, Country Morocco, and Zip Code 15000

Thank you so much for replying to my post i was so confused. So it doesn't matter if the number is in front or at the end. right.

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Hi Shauna,

I'm sure 00 Mohammed Ben Abdellah is the Street (Rue) and house number, Khemisset is the City, Country Morocco, and Zip Code 15000

Thank you so much for replying to my post i was so confused. So it doesn't matter if the number is in front or at the end. right.

Are you mailing him something or are you writing this on an immigration form? The moroccans should be able to recognize it either way, but In america we're more familiar with the number being before the name of the street.

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Here is how I wrote the address whenever sending things to Morocco or on immigration forms:

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120 Derb Dak Elbad

40000 Marrakech

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BTW - If you're mailing a care package, I'd definitely recommend insurance, I've heard of people getting their items stolen...

That actually reminds me, I mailed Yacine a package on March 29th, they told me 5 weeks and it still hasn't arrived, I'm going to call them and see what's up

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BTW - If you're mailing a care package, I'd definitely recommend insurance, I've heard of people getting their items stolen...

That actually reminds me, I mailed Yacine a package on March 29th, they told me 5 weeks and it still hasn't arrived, I'm going to call them and see what's up

I'm sending him the paper work he will need for his interview. i was wondering would it take longer if i sent it through a carrier service. If anyone knows please feel to set me staright if it is or isn't a good idea.

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My husband says it should probably be:

XX Rue Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah

Yassmine 1

Khemisset, Morocco

XX should be the number of the house. Yassmine 1 is the neighborhood.

He says you don't have to put the 15000, it's just the "indicatif" (but I imagine it can't hurt)

That's his family's neighborhood in Khemisset (Yassmine 1); I wonder if their families know each other?!?!? My fiance grew up in Casa, but his family has ties to Khemisset and has a house there.

Oh, also, for mail services; UPS seems to be the most reliable based on what people say, but is also the most expensive. I sent my stuff USPS global express, which worked out fine for us; they even called him to clarify his address because I had written it incorrectly.


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BTW - If you're mailing a care package, I'd definitely recommend insurance, I've heard of people getting their items stolen...

That actually reminds me, I mailed Yacine a package on March 29th, they told me 5 weeks and it still hasn't arrived, I'm going to call them and see what's up

I'm sending him the paper work he will need for his interview. i was wondering would it take longer if i sent it through a carrier service. If anyone knows please feel to set me staright if it is or isn't a good idea.

I'd use DHL, faster and more reliable... but unfortunately, costs more.

I wouldn't risk losing documents, who knows what people can do with that info..

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If it's just the blank forms for him to fill out, can't you just send him the links in an email or direct him to the sites at a net cafe and have him print the forms there? That would be the easiest.... if it's just blank forms to fill out. Just a suggestion. Good luck whatever you do!

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My husband says it should probably be:

XX Rue Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah

Yassmine 1

Khemisset, Morocco

XX should be the number of the house. Yassmine 1 is the neighborhood.

He says you don't have to put the 15000, it's just the "indicatif" (but I imagine it can't hurt)

That's his family's neighborhood in Khemisset (Yassmine 1); I wonder if their families know each other?!?!? My fiance grew up in Casa, but his family has ties to Khemisset and has a house there.

Oh, also, for mail services; UPS seems to be the most reliable based on what people say, but is also the most expensive. I sent my stuff USPS global express, which worked out fine for us; they even called him to clarify his address because I had written it incorrectly.

Thank you so much, this has helped me alot. Also when you used the USPS did it take along to time to reach your husband. I was thinking of using the postal service too. I really appreiciated your response. Ask your husband if he knows a family by the surmname DRIF, that is my husband's last name. Bye

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I found that USPS got held up in customs for about 4 weeks but Fed Ex got to him in about a week - no customs holdups. The Fed Ex overnight international package - letter size - was about $140 but it worked. Mine was so expensive because it was really heavy. I sent a copy of the I129F package, plus 3 copies of the stuff for the interview. He had told me the one form he had to do said to do it in duplicate, and I didn't know if that meant it and all the backup or just it, so I sent 2 copies for him to submit and one for him to have in front of him.

For care packages USPS Global Express has insurance, is the cheapest I found to Morocco, and when it got to be close to 4 weeks and still no word, a couple of calls threatening to cash in on the insurance was enough to make it suddenly get delivered. Everything was still in the box when he got it.

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[hi Shauna,i'm sure that you have to write the adress like this; 00 Rue Sidi Mohammed ben Abdellah - YASSMINE 1 - KHEMISSET 15000 MOROCCO. The(Rue)is like an Avenue or drive in US and the ( Yassmine 1) is like a quarter ,Good luck


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