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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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Hello,

I am filling my N400 and I have noticed Question 10 G about Selective Service Registration.

I came to USA in 2001 on Student F1 Visa. Get Married to US Citizen in 2005 and came to USA on CR1 in Jun 2005.

I was checking Registration on WWW.SSS.GOV and found out I'm already register for it in July 2002.

I called SSS and found out when I applied my Driving Licesnes in Illinois- They made me register for SSS during that process.

Now as I was over 26 when I got my Green card in 2005.. Do I still need to show proof for SSR during interview ? Or I don't need to mention about SSR on N 400 Form.

Any Advice will be helpful.

Thanks a million.


I-751 (Removal of conditions)

03-15-07 - I-751 sent to TSC

03-20-07 - NOA1

04-12-07 - Biometrics

06-03-07 - Touched

01-31-08 - File transfered to VSC

02-04-08 - Touched

02-14-08 - File received at VSC

02-25-08 - Touched

04-22-08- Card Production Order

04-25-08- Approval Notice Sent

05-01-08- 10 Yr. Green Card Received....

N- 400

05-02-08 N-400 Sent to TSC

05-06-08 Packet Delivered to TSC

05-06-08 Priority Date

05-07-08 Check Cashed ( Damn.... Very fast )

05-15-08 touched

05-16-08 Received NOA ( Interview within 450 days........wow )

05-19-08 Received Biometrics NOA

05-29-08 Biometrics Scheduled at Atlanta ASC 1.00 PM

05-29-08 Biometrics done.

07-03-08 Interview Notice Sent

08-19-08 Interview Date Scheduled

08-19-08 Interview Passed

08-21-08 Oath done.

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Hello,

I am filling my N400 and I have noticed Question 10 G about Selective Service Registration.

I came to USA in 2001 on Student F1 Visa. Get Married to US Citizen in 2005 and came to USA on CR1 in Jun 2005.

I was checking Registration on WWW.SSS.GOV and found out I'm already register for it in July 2002.

I called SSS and found out when I applied my Driving Licesnes in Illinois- They made me register for SSS during that process.

Now as I was over 26 when I got my Green card in 2005.. Do I still need to show proof for SSR during interview ? Or I don't need to mention about SSR on N 400 Form.

Any Advice will be helpful.

Thanks a million.

Since you are registered the only information the form needs is your Selective Service Number & Registration Number. That should be all. However the proof itself is easy to obtain (https://www.sss.gov/ack.htm) and it might be helpful to include a copy of it. Good luck. :thumbs:


Removing Conditioins

02/25/08 Mailed I751

03/05/08 Check cashed by Californice Service Center not Nebraska!

03/07/08 Got NOA1 Dated 02/27/08

03/15/08 Biometrics Letter rec'd

03/31/08 Biometrics Done

06/03/08 Got Approval Email

06/10/08 Gr. Card Received!

Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer and nothing I say should be taken as legal advice, only an opinion.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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hi everyone, i'm piggyback on this thread so as to not to create a new one. Here's a summary of my non-immigrant status:

2000 - 2006 (age 18 - 24): F1

2006 - 2011 (age 24 - 29): H1

2011 - Present (age 29 - now): GC

I'm applying for my citizenship and in process of filling out n400. For question #46 (Part 11)- " Are you a male who lived in the US at any time between your 18th and 26th bday? (this does not include living in the US as a lawful non-immigrant)"- my answer is NO and as a result, i don't need to provide any additional documentation.

However, i did check on the SSS.Gov website and it looks like i was registered in 2006 (probably by my work or during my H1-B application process??); So do i still provide the Selective Service verification letter? I'm leaning towards not, but wanted to confirm;

Also, my date of birth in the SSS system is off by one year. Do i need to try and change this before i apply? does it even matter?

TIA!

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Hello,

I am filling my N400 and I have noticed Question 10 G about Selective Service Registration.

I came to USA in 2001 on Student F1 Visa. Get Married to US Citizen in 2005 and came to USA on CR1 in Jun 2005.

I was checking Registration on WWW.SSS.GOV and found out I'm already register for it in July 2002.

I called SSS and found out when I applied my Driving Licesnes in Illinois- They made me register for SSS during that process.

Now as I was over 26 when I got my Green card in 2005.. Do I still need to show proof for SSR during interview ? Or I don't need to mention about SSR on N 400 Form.

Any Advice will be helpful.

Thanks a million.

Yes. If you registered then you'll need to show proof.

Link: https://www.sss.gov/fswho.htm


Mom sponsoring for her son(my brother)

06/15/2010 : I-130 for son
06/23/2010 : Check Cashed
06/26/2010 : Received NOA
03/20/2012 : Received RFE(I-797E)
05/23/2012: Application approved after RFE response
06/29/2012: Received letter from NVC

06/03/2015: Change petition from F1 to F3 category


Checklist :
1. I-751(ROC)
2. Parents AOS
3. I-130(Son)
4. N-400(Spouse)

5. N-400(Parents)

6. K-1 & AOS & ROC TimeLine

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