How to fill the envelope: mail envelope, international envelope?

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How to fill the envelope: mail envelope, international envelope?

  • Conventional envelope

    Upper left corner - from whom and from where:

    _Full Name_


    _name_ of the populated point (city, village, village, etc.)

    _ district_ (if any)

    _name_of_domain _, _ edge_or_auto_republic_


    The country can be omitted if the letter is sent within that country.

    The lower right corner is to whom and where. It is filled exactly as well as from whom, from where.

    If there is a special place for the index on the envelope, then write the index there. If for the index there are specially differentiated cells, then we need to write the index by points.

    Intercity envelope

    It is formalized as well as the usual one, only the fields "Quot; and quot; Where; are filled in the language of the country to which the letter will be sent.

  • When completing an envelope, you should know exactly where and what data you need to write. In the upper left corner of the envelope, the sender's data should be written, namely: surname, name, patronymic, address (sender, including city) and index. In turn, in the lower right corner of the envelope, the data of the envelope recipient should be written, the sequence is the same as that of the sender.

  • In the left, upper corner of the envelope it is necessary to write the sender's index manually, the address, detailed, as well as from whom. It is desirable surname name, patronymic. Below left there are rectangles of dots, here we write the addressee's index, with what is right, the sample can be viewed at the post office. In the lower right corner we write the same data as in the upper left, but not the sender, but the addressee. This is a domestic envelope, about international, I do not know.

  • But I do not understand why our quot; our Soviet; order, on foreign. Previously, the address was written in descending order: country, region, city, street, house. In my opinion this is logical. And now it's the other way around: street, city, region, country. It's good that at least you do not have to write a house and an apartment in front of the street! :)) It's interesting, but it's convenient for the postal workers themselves?

  • First of all, it is worth knowing that the recipient's details should be filled in the lower right, if there are no special lines, then write on bare paper. But the requisites of the sender should be filled in the upper left. So it's worth remembering that first you write the name, then the street and the house, the next line is the city, the district and the region and in the end the country.

  • It turns out that I'm doing everything the old way. In the address part, I first write the city, then the street, the house, the apartment. All letters reach. Now I found out that it's necessary to point everything back, unusual somehow.

  • According to information from the official mail site of Russia,

    if there is a special grid on the envelope or postcard to write the index, then the index should be written in it with special stylized figures, while you should take into account that the ink can be any other than red, yellow or green.

    Here is a sample of writing:

    On internal mail items the address on the envelope is filled like this:

    If the envelope is unmarked, the order of filling is preserved:

    On international postal items, the address on the envelope is filled in like this:

    Regarding how to fill out letters addressed to a PO box, in which language you can write the address when sending international letters, in which case you must specify the full name of the recipient, and how the letter is written to the legal entity, you can see here.

  • To send a mail envelope, you must fill in all the fields on the front of the envelope, a sample for filling the zip code numbers is on the reverse side. To fill an international envelope, you must specify the recipient in Latin letters! Postal code can be asked in the mail!

  • In addition to the above, I want to add that envelopes do not necessarily have to be purchased at post offices. You can make a mail envelope yourself following the instruction in the image below:

    Ready-made envelope templates different formats, you can also download and print on the printer, for example, from this site.

  • To properly fill an international mail envelope you need the names of streets, names, write in Latin letters. In Russian, such letters as some letters can be translated by various combinations of English, and an error may occur. To avoid this, you can use the online translator of Russian into English.

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