who register with Selective Service are required, by law,
to inform the Agency whenever they change their address. Such
notification must be made within 10 days of moving, and if
the man has not yet reached age 26. Men are no longer required
to notify Selective Service of address changes once they are
26 years old or older.
a man must notify Selective Service of a change of address
by one of five available methods:
Submit a change of address online through this Web site.
and follow the on-screen directions; or,
and mail back Selective Service Form B, which is the tear-off
"Change of Information" form every man receives
in the mail with his registration acknowledgment card,
shortly after he registers; or,
complete, and mail back a Selective Service change of
address form (SSS Form 2) at any post office; or,
toll-free at 1-888-655-1825 between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30
p.m., Central Time, and remain on the line to speak with a
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Subject Line of the e-mail message should be "Change
of Address Notice," and the message must include
the man's name, social security number, date of birth,
old address, and new address.
reporting an address change, a man may request a new
registration acknowledgment card, which will be in the form
of a letter, showing the new address. Due to the volume of
requests, it takes about 30 days to send a new registration