How long does priority mail international take to be delivered?

USPS Priority Mail International takes, on average, six to ten business days. When you ship using USPS PMI from the United States to anywhere in the world, it takes about 5 days, then it will take another 2 or 3 days to get through Customs before it is finally delivered to its intended destination. Although PMI is cheap, it is not really recommended to use this shipping option because it is excruciatingly slow and packages usually have a higher probability of arriving damaged. USPS Express Mail International is better suited to your shipping needs, even though it is a little more expensive (but far cheaper than UPS or Federal Express). USPS EMI takes three to five days.