After delivery, an addressee may mark a mailpiece “Refused” and return it within a reasonable time, if the piece or any attachment is not opened.Mail that may not be refused and returned unopened under this provision may be returned to the sender only if it is enclosed in a new envelope or wrapper with a correct address and new postage.

Generally, a returned mailpiece that was undeliverable-as-addressed or refused by the addressee may not be remailed unless it is placed in a new envelope or wrapper with a correct address and new postage.

A returned shortpaid mailpiece can have the necessary additional postage affixed to the original piece and does not have to be placed in a new envelope or wrapper.

Mail addressed to several persons may be delivered to any one of them.

The addressee may refuse to accept a mailpiece when it is offered for delivery.

And the Postal Service’s USO is long overdue for updating and clarification, as you can see in our new white paper, Guiding Principles for a New Universal Service Obligation.

In general, a USO is a collection of requirements that ensure everyone in the country receives a minimum level of mail service at a reasonable price.

We have a user reporting that his USPS priority international parcel is still not received by him after 2 weeks from shipping date.

If you look at the post, you will notice that the parcel was shipped from USA to India with in 2 days of USPS receiving the information and then the shipping product itself.

By using any of these tracking methods, in addition to the information that you can find by tracking the shipment using the USPS track and confirm service, you will also see where the item currently is in India, like Delhi Foreign Post Office, Mumbai Foreign post Office etc.