Registered letters are recommended for time-sensitive items such as applications, financial transactions and legal documents.
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Things you need
- Notebook Papers
Take your letter to the post office.
Tell the clerk you'd like to send it registered.
Fill out the registration slip.
Take your copy of the slip.
Pay for the postage.
Tips and warnings
- It will cost you slightly more than the amount of regular first-class postage to send a registered letter, depending on the letter's weight.
- Avoid losing your registration slip.