International Addresses

Do I need to enter a province for my international orders?

In some cases, yes. However, most international destination countries do not require a province on the label. Including the province can help local couriers. Excluding the province leaves more room for other address details, avoiding information f...

Formatting a Puerto Rico Address | How To

Shipments going to Puerto Rico are addressed using a format similar to US shipments. The USPS recognizes addresses in Puerto Rico as domestic. The main difference is the use of the word "Calle" which means "street" in Spanish. For Puerto Rico ship...

How to: Format Military mail addresses

When sending packages to the Military (APO/FPO/DPO) you pay domestic prices and you are required to follow specific guidelines when it comes to formatting addresses. To format your military addresses for validation with the USPS: Write out the se...

Troubleshoot: International addresses

With customers from potentially hundreds of countries buying from your online store, it's no surprise that it can be hard to format international addresses. While purchasing postage online can greatly simplify the process, digitally generated Cust...

What zip code should I use when a country does not use postal codes?

Most countries use some type of postal code system, also known as "zip" codes, to identify the precise location of a home or building amid a growing infrastructure. Some smaller countries share a postal code system with a larger, nearby country wh...