Selective Service System
 

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 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.

Please read this warning statement about false registration address change. 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.