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I live outside the U.S, and I am wondering if I have to provide a notarized Form 1583?

Yes, every U.S. host’s customer, regardless of where they live, must have the Form 1583 notarized and returned to their U.S. host. Customers who live outside of the U.S. can easily get the form approved at notarycam.com or any other similar online notary service.
about.usps.com/forms/ps1583.pdf
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How can I get Form 1583 or the Commercial Mail Receiving Agency form (CMRA)?

Form 1583 and the CMRA form is downloaded by the link below.
about.usps.com/forms/ps1583.pdf
It must be notarized and requires two forms of ID (most clients use their driver’s license and their vehicle registration card or passport).
Acceptable identification includes a valid driver’s license or another identification card, such as armed forces, government, university, recognized corporate identification card, alien registration card, vehicle registration card and voter registration card. Other forms of identification include passport, certificate of naturalization, current lease, mortgage or Deed of Trust, or home or vehicle insurance policy.
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Application to Act as a Commercial Mail Receiving Agency? (Form 1583A, Hosts in the US)

Every host in the U.S. must comply with the postal laws. Please read the form:
about.usps.com/forms/ps1583.pdf
It is a very simple form to register your services with the postal master, and once you have completed, please upload the copy and you will receive the REGISTERED STATUS on your profile. It builds more confidence for your customers to know that you are a verified and registered host.
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This customer is wondering, he lives outside the U.S. and if he has to provide Form 1583 notarized?

Yes, every host’s customers, regardless where they live must have the form 1583 notarized and returned to their U.S. host. Outside the U.S. customers can easily get it notarized at notarycam.com or any other similar online notary services.
about.usps.com/forms/ps1583.pdf
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What kind of IDs is required?

2 IDs (most clients use their driver’s license and their vehicle registration card or passport)
Acceptable identification includes a valid driver’s license or state non-driver’s identification card: armed forces, government, university, or recognized corporate identification card; passport, alien registration card or certificate of naturalization; current lease, mortgage or Deed of Trust, voter or vehicle registration card, or home or vehicle insurance policy.