International shipping can take a long time depending on the service you've selected and the country you're shipping to.
USPS hands the package off to GlobalPost contract shipper. If your order says it has been handed over to a partner on the USPS.com website, use the below website to track it.
From there it is routed to the destination country's postal service at the border, and once they do it's entirely out of their hands. Although some services are faster than others, they all depend on the foreign postal service prioritizing the package within the country.
Not all countries support end-to-end tracking. It’s common to see a package’s tracking status stop updating once it has left the USA, even though it’s still on its way.
Shipping internationally can also take a long time not only because of the distance involved and the number of times the packages changes hands but because your package might get caught in the destination country’s customs, where it's analyzed for whether the recipient owes taxes or duties for importing it. Customs is a country-specific issue, with every country having different laws and taxes, and unfortunately, there's no way around it with international shipping.
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