Connecticut Practice Book 11-8. Orders of Notice Directed Outside of the United States of America 
If service of process can not be made under the applicable international treaty or convention within sixty days from the issuance of the summons, then the judicial authority may issue, upon the application of any party, an order of notice. In determining what manner and form of notice shall be ordered, the judicial authority shall consider the following: 
(1) other methods of service specified or allowed in any applicable international treaty or convention, including any reservations; 
(2) whether all applicable international treaties and conventions prohibit substituted service; 
(3) what method of service provides the greatest likelihood the party being served will receive actual and timely notice of the suit so the party may appear and defend; 
(4) whether a particular method of service violates the law, particularly the criminal law, of the foreign country involved; 
(5) whether an actual agent of the party being served can be served within the United States.