Register Check Registration Men 26 and Older Forms Legislator Resources
To register men and maintain a system that, when authorized by the President and Congress, rapidly provides personnel in a fair and equitable manner while managing an alternative service program for conscientious objectors.
We need your help in getting the registration message to young men! Check out how you can join the Selective Service team; volunteer as a local board member, registrar, or state volunteer.
Community outreach materials, Teacher's Guide, PSAs, Tips for College, videos. (MEDIA website).
National Archives and Records Administration has sole responsibility of ownership, storage, and retrieval of Selective Service records for men born before 1960. Consequently, Selective Service can no longer access any of these records.
Due to a lapse in appropriations, Selective Service System (SSS) operations are currently shut down. Please note that any information on this website may not be up to date, any transactions submitted via this website might not be processed until after appropriations are enacted, and the agency will not be able to respond to inquiries until appropriations are enacted.
If you are registering via the SSS website and do not receive confirmation you should go to your local post office and request a Selective Service Form 1 and mail in your registration prior to your 26th birthday.
If you haven’t registered with the Selective Service and are in need of a Status Information Letter, please click the link below.
Military Veterans and Reserve Components! If you failed to register with Selective Service, click the link below.
If you are a legislator, a local board member, immigration attorney, or would just like some information to give to your community, please click the link below.
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