How to Track a USPS International Package

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Know when and where your shipments are

Keep up with your international shipment with USPS International Tracking. The USPS provides different levels of package tracking for international packages depending on the mail class. For Global Express Guaranteed and Priority Mail Express International, you receive delivery status information using the Track & Confirm tool. For Priority Mail International, you can get delivery information for all packages with two exceptions: Tracking information is only provided optionally for select destinations when you use Priority Mail International Flat‑Rate Envelopes or Small Flat‑Rate Boxes. Free USPS Tracking is available for select destinations for First Class Package International Service shipments.

Make sure USPS international tracking is available for your package.

Tracking is currently available for the following levels of USPS International Shipping at different tracking capabilities. (With certain USPS international mail classes, tracking isn’t available for all international locations.)

USPS International Mail Class International Tracking Capabilities Example Number
Global Express Guaranteed® Tracking to all destinations 82 ‍000 000 00
Priority Mail Express International USPS Tracking for most destinations EC 000 ‍000 000 US
Priority Mail International® USPS Tracking for most destinations Not available for Flat Rate Envelopes or Flat Rate Small Boxes CP 000 ‍000 000 US
First‑Class Package International Service USPS Tracking for most destinations* LZ 000 ‍000 000 US
First‑Class International Letters Not Available Not Available
*FCPIS tracking available only to: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Hungary, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, and Switzerland.

Where do I find my USPS international tracking number?

In most cases with USPS International Shipping, your customs form is also your USPS shipping label. The shorter PS Form 2976 may be directly attached to your package; the longer PS Form 2976‑A needs to be inserted into the Customs Declaration Envelope attached to the package’s address side. Important: Your USPS customs form number is the tracking number for your package.

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