How much does it cost to send a certified letter through the US Postal Service?
Click on the link to your right for the official rates from the USPS.
Should a constable serve a certified letter to a tenant that a judgment has been made against in the hope of collecting money owed which the courts have made the decision to garnish his wages?
A constable cannot serve a certified letter. Certified letters are from the US Postal Service, while a constable is a court employee used to help execute on judgments. Some courts may permit a constable to use certified mailing as opposed to personal servicet, to give debtors notice of wage garnishment. If the certified mailing is accepted or even refused by the debtor, service will be deemed complete. Service by certified mail is usually accompanied by…
It depends on how far you are sending it and what postal service you are using. If you are sending it out of the country, probably not. I would decide based on past experience from mailing letters through that mail service to the same place. However if you have not done so before, I would say it probably would not make it in time.
Can you give me the name and address for Delta Airlines Customer Service person I want to write a letter to send by US Postal Service?
According to the Royal Mail a standard letter shouldn't take more than 10 days to arrive, but that doesn't take into account the postal service on the other side. Turkish postal service is a lot slower than that in the UK so although your letter may arrive in the country within 10 days it could take an additional 7-14 days before it arrives at the location (depending on how remote the address is.) However, the…
Your answer depends on the season during which you're sending your letter and the Antarctic destination for it. There are periods when there is no postal service to any research station on the continent -- usually about February to about October. On the Antarctic Peninsula, the no-service period may be about April to about August.
In the early 1900's the US Postal service began allowing local mail carriers & other postal employees to respond to letters addressed to Santa Claus. In 1940, because of the vast increase in the volume of mail addressed to Santa, the Postal Service invited charitable and other organizations to help write responses to the children. The "Letters to Santa" program continued to grow, and today there are a large number of individuals, companies, orgainizations, community…
MD "The standard two letter abbreviation for the state of Maryland is MD." Actually, MD is the Postal Service's two-letter state code. If you want to mail a letter to Maryland, use MD; otherwise, use Md. In general, don't use the two-letter Postal Service codes in normal writing! The abbreviation for the state of Maryland is MD.