Shipping carriers (like USPS or FedEx) require certain address formats for packages going to US territories (like Puerto Rico). In many cases, you’ll need customs declarations, even though these can be considered domestic shipments.

Shipping via USPS

USPS requires a two-character abbreviation for the state/region and US for the country.

Here’s an example of how a Puerto Rican address should appear when shipping via USPS:

Shipping via FedEx or UPS

FedEx and UPS require a two-character abbreviation for the state/region and PR for the country.

Here’s an example of how a Puerto Rican address should appear when shipping via FedEx/UPS.

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