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Hi all,

 Hubby got his letter for his citizenship interview. One of the required things it's asking him to bring is "Any evidence of Selective service registration". He didn't move here until he came on fiance visa when he was 29 so he was too old to register. Do we still need to furnish any kind of paperwork like a selective service registration status letter or something?


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3 minutes ago, corvusheart said:

Hi all,

 Hubby got his letter for his citizenship interview. One of the required things it's asking him to bring is "Any evidence of Selective service registration". He didn't move here until he came on fiance visa when he was 29 so he was too old to register. Do we still need to furnish any kind of paperwork like a selective service registration status letter or something?

 

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Nope


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8 hours ago, corvusheart said:

Hi all,

 Hubby got his letter for his citizenship interview. One of the required things it's asking him to bring is "Any evidence of Selective service registration". He didn't move here until he came on fiance visa when he was 29 so he was too old to register. Do we still need to furnish any kind of paperwork like a selective service registration status letter or something?

Nope your hubby and me got same age so nope we are too old lol 

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You don't need letter, however I printed the no status letter that they provide on the sss.gov site and had it with me just in case......

 

https://www.sss.gov/Registration/Status-Information-Letter

 

The officer asked me what age I received my greencard and that was that......I was older than 26 at the time. 

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