The U.S. Postal Service officially stopped accepting handwritten customs declaration forms on international packages as of March 6, but the change will come to military installations' mail a bit later, an Army news release said last month. Items mailed through Military Post Offices to international, non-U.S. addresses will be exempt from the computerized customs form requirement pending software updates expected to be completed "during the month of March," it said. Read more on Military.com.
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