Interviewing Steve In The Philippines Traveling Mailbox For Expats Living Abroad


Thank you to Steve for allowing this interview. This is important knowledge if a person is actually going to live abroad, and Steve is actually living abroad, and dealing with the mail. After watching the video I realized I'm buying a condenser microphone and trying to improve my side of the coin, I don't know what to do about the other side other than to send them complicated instructions. any kind of LED lighting or fluorescent lighting is always a problem. thank you very much Steve life is good and Keep On Truckin. Andy Lee Graham your friend We use this program to record https://www.evaer.com/

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Interviewing Steve In The Philippines Traveling Mailbox For Expats Living Abroad


AlwaysRt

One important step I forgot about to setup any service like this. The US Post Office requires the mail service you choose to have a notarized copy of USPS Form 1583 on file. Easy to do if you are in the US and surprisingly easy if outside the US - if you know how. I used Notarycam.com and the process was very easy. The instructions are on their website, basically have ID from their list and setup a Skype video call. They have a price for US and overseas ($25 or $79). Even though I did mine from the Philippines, I suppose since I used a US credit card they only charged me $25. Traveling mailbox recommends them on their website, is familiar with the process, and customer service is very helpful. Here is TravelingMailbox's FAQ page about the form.

https://travelingmailbox.com/usps-form-1583-start#does-this-form-have-to-be-notarized


hobodmd

OOO OOO can't hear


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