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 Selective Service System
Online Registration Address Change
If you're a man, born after 1959, and are currently registered with Selective Service and are living INSIDE the United States or its territories, or if you have an APO/FPO address, YOU MAY CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS INFORMATION by filling out the form below and clicking on "Submit Address Change."

If you're a man, born after 1959, and are currently registered with Selective Service and are living OUTSIDE the United States, YOU MAY CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS INFORMATION by clicking here.

If you're a young man, age 18 through 25, the law requires you to notify the Selective Service System of an address change within 10 days.


Intentional submission of false information using this Federal Government Internet Web site, including purposefully submitting a false request, or under false pretenses,  for an address change is illegal. Persons found guilty of knowingly submitting fraudulent information may be prosecuted and, upon conviction, may be subject to a fine of not more than $250,000 and/or imprisonment not to exceed five years
 Selective Service System
Online Registration Address Change Form
Selective Service Number:     
Social Security Number:    (No dashes or spaces) 
Last Name:    
Date of Birth:    (mmddyyyy)   
Street or PO Box or RFD:     
Zip Code:        
  Check here to receive a new registration acknowledgement letter showing your change of address.  It takes about 30 days to receive this letter. 


We estimate the public reporting burden for this collection will vary from two minutes per response, including time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering data, and completing and reviewing the information. Send comments regarding the burden statement or any other aspects of the collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to: Selective Service System, SSS Forms Officer (3240-0003), Arlington, VA 22209-2425. The OMB control number 3240-0003, is currently valid. Persons are not required to respond to this collection unless it displays a valid OMB control number.

Men who have registered remain eligible for federal student aid, most federal jobs, and federal job training. Male non-citizens living in the U.S. who are 18 through 25 must register to remain eligible for citizenship. Privacy Act Statement.

This is a secure site. The information you provide on this form is protected as it travels to Selective Service over the internet.

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 Last Updated: 6/18/2014
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