Submitting your passports

Old Feb 9th 2010, 2:04 am
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So I have to send of passports to London. I am currently in Canada. My question is this:

For the self addressed envelope, it says do not put stamps on it, or use a courier envelope as my return envelope. So what do I do? Just send them an envelope with the address on it? Do I have to include any stamps with it so that they can return it or do they pay it?

Also because I am at work here, I presume I can just send it here? So putting my work address would be ok?

I need to send this off by air fast as they want it back in 14 days.
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So I have to send of passports to London. I am currently in Canada. My question is this:

For the self addressed envelope, it says do not put stamps on it, or use a courier envelope as my return envelope. So what do I do? Just send them an envelope with the address on it? Do I have to include any stamps with it so that they can return it or do they pay it?

Also because I am at work here, I presume I can just send it here? So putting my work address would be ok?

I need to send this off by air fast as they want it back in 14 days.
I am going to put ina padded envelope just addressed back to us as the info you are sent says that they send it registered
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Old Feb 9th 2010, 3:15 am
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I am going to put ina padded envelope just addressed back to us as the info you are sent says that they send it registered
So you don't include stamps? or anything? Can I send it to my work place? Also it says write your case number on the back of the photos, but don't use a ballpoint pen? I tried another pen, but that wouldn't write on the back.
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I've just included a return addressed envelope, is this fine?? Do they pay for the return courier? I'm in Canada. Need to send it off today!
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I would think that they send it to the address that you put on the envelope. They pay for the mailing so don't put on any stamps.

I think someone said it had to be an A4 envelope.

Not sure about the pen or ink to be used ?

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Thanks, well i just sent it, put return as office address (work).

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You do NOT put any postage on it.

I would recommend a virtually indestructible Tyvek envelope. You can buy them at staples.

You might also want to send it TO London using a courier like UPS. It only costs about C$70. It reduces the chance of it being stolen while in the possession on Royal Mail.
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