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    Asking for marking a postal matter

    Dear Teachers,

    How can I ask an officer to mark my postal matter with "student number: A012345" politely within a letter contact
    Can it be like the one below?

    Remarks: As required by the education bureau, my Student Number is A012345. Thanks.

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    Re: Asking for marking a postal matter

    Quote Originally Posted by hwhwhwhw View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    How can I ask an officer to mark my postal matter with "student number: A012345" politely within a letter contact
    Can it be like the one below?

    Remarks: As required by the education bureau, my Student Number is A012345. Thanks.
    I am not quite sure what you mean exactly.

    However, here's a try:

    Please use my student number on my letters. It is A012345. Thank you.

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    Re: Asking for marking a postal matter

    If I am asking an office to send a document to xxxx bureau that marking on the posts is normally not allowed, but the bureau request a Student Number marked post. Can I say something like:

    As requested by xxxx bureau, is there any method to mark my Student Number, A012345, on the post? Thanks.

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    Re: Asking for marking a postal matter

    Quote Originally Posted by hwhwhwhw View Post
    If I am asking an office to send a document to xxxx bureau that marking on the posts is normally not allowed, but the bureau request a Student Number marked post. Can I say something like:

    As requested by xxxx bureau, is there any method to mark my Student Number, A012345, on the post? Thanks.

    My Student Number is A012345. XXXX Bureau have requested student numbers be [marked/written] on student documents. As it is normally forbidden to mark posts, what is the best way to do this? Please advise me as soon as possible.

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