How to send ceritified mail outside the U.S


#1

Service of Process in a foreign country will be proper if the means used is reasonably calculated to give notice. Such notice would be acceptable in the manner prescribed by the law of the foreign country for service in that country in an action in any of its courts of general jurisdiction. Also, delivery to the individual personally with an affidavit that they received the specific documents, signed and dated. Finally, any form of mail requiring a signed receipt, to be addressed and dispatched by the clerk of the court to the party to be served.

Deborah M. Throm
Rosen Law Firm
1829 E. Franklin Street, Bldg. 600
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
919.265.0017 direct
919.321.0780 main voice
www.rosen.com
Email: dthrom@rosen.com

4101 Lake Boone Trail
Suite 500
Raleigh, NC 27607
919.256.1544 direct
919.787.6668 main voice

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Suite 510
Charlotte, NC 28262
704.644.2531 ext. 100


#2

You can use DHL/FedEx/UPS to serve also. I used DHL and it was accepted by the court.

Hope this helps


#3

My wife resides in the Philippines, I checked with the post office and there is no Certified mail to the Philippines, could I use Registered mail instead?

The post office also had recorded mail and this is what it states, “Recorded delivery is the international service equivalent of domestic certified mail.” but the Philippines is not one of the countries listed for this service.