At that time, we will process your registration and you will receive a registration acknowledgment card in the mail to confirm your Selective Service registration and for you to check that all your information listed is correct.
If this is the case and you want to register it, follow all the instructions for registering a vehicle for the first time.
If we have your social security number in our system, you can register online at the top.
If you cannot register online because there is an error with your social security number, or you are an immigrant male, use the fillable registration form to complete, print, sign and date, and mail. Fillable Registration Form If you have a social security number and you are not able to register online, or if you do not have a social security number, or if you are an immigrant male (documented or undocumented) age 18 through 25, please complete the fillable registration form here.
You may complete this fillable registration form, print, sign, and mail to: Selective Service System P. Box 94739 Palatine, IL 60094-4739 You are not officially registered until your registration information is entered into Selective Service registration file and you have been assigned a Selective Service registration number.
This registration acknowledgment card is your proof of registration with the Selective Service System. The Selective Service System has not now, or in the past, collected or shared any information which would indicate a man's immigration status, either documented or undocumented.
Keep this important document in your permanent files for future reference. Selective Service has no authority to collect such information, has no use for it, and it is irrelevant to the registration requirement.
Then, you will receive in the mail a registration acknowledgment letter with your card showing the information recorded in your file, your Selective Service registration number, and a change of information form.
If any of the information on your registration acknowledgment card is incorrect, it is important that you correct it and mail the change of information form back to Selective Service.
Register to be eligible for benefits and programs linked to the registration requirement — Men who have registered with Selective Service remain eligible for federal student financial aid, state-funded student financial aid in many states, most federal employment and some state employment, job training under the Workforce Investment Act, security clearances, and U. Consequently, there is no immigration data to share with anyone.
If you are an immigrant man (documented or undocumented) living in the United States, age 18 through 25, you are required to register.