EShip Global & UEMSLSU through Arch

International Services uses an express mail service (University Express Mail Services, or UEMS) that will allow you to pay for and receive your documents through DHL, FedEx, or UPS in 3-5 days after your I-20/DS-2019 has been processed.

Requesting your documents through Express Mail is at your expense, and your credit/debit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover cards only) will be charged upon requesting the service. The site also allows wire transfer or bank teller deposit for those who are unable to use a credit/debit card.

To request express mailing of your documents, click on the EShip Global link provided in the Learn More box at right.

Important Notes: 

  • EShip Global works best with Internet Explorer & Mozilla Firefox browsers.
  • Be sure to use the link to the right; do not go through DHL, FedEx, or UPS directly.
  • All communications will go through the EShip Global / UEMS service, who will notify International Services that you are requesting your documents be sent by express mail.
  • You must select LSU's International Services Office (Sara C. Olivier) as the sender.

If you use this service, you will be required to create your own username and password in order to create an account. To request shipment, you will need your LSU Student ID number, mailing address, e-mail address, phone number, and payment information. You may request shipment either to your home country address or to a U.S. address. If your documents will be sent to a U.S. address that is not your own, please include on your order the name of the person who lives at that address. Please pay close attention to the information submitted, as errors in the payment information or submitting incorrect or incomplete address information will result in a delay in the mailing of your documents.

If you experience any difficulty in registering and processing the shipment, please use the EShipGlobal / UEMS Help link for step by step instructions. If you have additional questions about how to use this service, please e-mail

Learn More

To request express mailing of your documents, visit EShipGlobal.


If you’re having problems using the EShipGlobal system: