How to Get Proof of Selective Service Registration for Naturalization
Updated: Nov 20
By Parviz Malakouti-Fitzgerald, Esq.
One legal requirement for males resident in the United States between the age of 18-26 is to register with the selective service.
To that end, if you’re a male applying for naturalization in the United States, you’ll have to submit proof of selective service registration as part of your naturalization application.
Here’s how you do it. Go to the selective service system website.
—> Click on “Verify Registration.”
—> Enter last name, social security number and date of birth and click on “Submit.”
The next screen will show if there is a matched record, and will show your selective service number and date of registration.
Click “Print an official Selective Service Registration Acknowledgement Letter.”
You’ll then get a PDF to download with your information. Print this PDF out and bring it with you to your naturalization interview.
(Proof of Selective Service registration to bring to an N-400 naturalization interview)
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