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what is an evidence of selective service registration? they asked me to take this with me to the interview and I have no clue...

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Wife asked me the same question the night before her interview, males between the ages of 18 and 25 have to register with the selective service system just in case the draft of our boys is ever called back. We have an all volunteer army now so there is no draft, back then, if drafted, you had to serve in the military whether you wanted to or not unless your parent were rich. Some famous draft dodgers as we called them back then are Ronald Reagan, Quail, Clinton, Cheney, and Bush the kid.

My sons received the selective service postcards, we know your name, address, your SS number, your age, but if you do not sign and return this card within so many days, you may be fined up to $10,000.00, they signed and returned the cards, and that was the last they heard about it.

If you are a female or outside of that 18-25 age group, you do not have to worry about selective service. Even green card holders must register if they fall into that group.

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what is an evidence of selective service registration? they asked me to take this with me to the interview and I have no clue...

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Everyone 18-25 must register with the Selective Service system, in case the U.S. reinstates the military draft. You can do it online now and probably print out a receipt, or go to a post office...

http://www.sss.gov/FSregist.htm

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what is an evidence of selective service registration? they asked me to take this with me to the interview and I have no clue...

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Everyone 18-25 must register with the Selective Service system, in case the U.S. reinstates the military draft. You can do it online now and probably print out a receipt, or go to a post office...

http://www.sss.gov/FSregist.htm

Every male instead of everyone is correct.

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what is an evidence of selective service registration? they asked me to take this with me to the interview and I have no clue...

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You should have acknowledgement card received from Selective Service registation.

If you don't have, you can ask for replacement.

http://www.sss.gov/ACK.HTM

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what is an evidence of selective service registration? they asked me to take this with me to the interview and I have no clue...

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You should have acknowledgement card received from Selective Service registation.

If you don't have, you can ask for replacement.

http://www.sss.gov/ACK.HTM

Love handles where you cannot tell if the poster is a male or female, still makes a difference in certain instances, or am I being a sexist?

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