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3 minutes ago, Wilian56000 said:

I just received my appointment letter for my citizenship interview. 

I'm wondering why they are asking me for EVIDENCE OF SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION??  DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY?

THANK YOU 

Because evidently you fit the parameters for the requirement to register with selective service.

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Posted (edited)

How old were you when you became a resident?

Edited by CJKylie

ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

90 Day Window Opened.....08/03/17

I-751 Packet Sent................08/04/17

NOA Dated...........................08/07/17

NOA Received......................08/09/17

Check Cashed......................08/09/17

Biometrics Letter Rcvd........08/26/17

Biometrics Appointment......09/07/17

Approval................................08/05/19

 

Naturalization Timeline

Field Office: Santa Ana, CA

90 Day Window Opened.......08/03/18

N-400 Filed (Online)..............08/03/18

Receipt Notice.......................08/03/18

Biometrics Letter Rcvd..........08/20/18

Biometrics Appointment.......09/07/18

Interview Letter Dated...........07/01/19

Interview Letter Rcvd............07/08/19

Interview................................08/05/19

Approval................................08/05/19

Oath.......................................08/22/19

 

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Just now, Wilian56000 said:

I was 36

No need to provide anything then 😊


ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

90 Day Window Opened.....08/03/17

I-751 Packet Sent................08/04/17

NOA Dated...........................08/07/17

NOA Received......................08/09/17

Check Cashed......................08/09/17

Biometrics Letter Rcvd........08/26/17

Biometrics Appointment......09/07/17

Approval................................08/05/19

 

Naturalization Timeline

Field Office: Santa Ana, CA

90 Day Window Opened.......08/03/18

N-400 Filed (Online)..............08/03/18

Receipt Notice.......................08/03/18

Biometrics Letter Rcvd..........08/20/18

Biometrics Appointment.......09/07/18

Interview Letter Dated...........07/01/19

Interview Letter Rcvd............07/08/19

Interview................................08/05/19

Approval................................08/05/19

Oath.......................................08/22/19

 

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3 minutes ago, Wilian56000 said:

But why they sent me that letter asking for it?

 

Because it’s a generic letter. Mine had the same and my interview was today.

 

It says “any evidence of selective service registration” - you don’t have any evidence of selective service registration, as you were not within the age range 

Edited by CJKylie

ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

90 Day Window Opened.....08/03/17

I-751 Packet Sent................08/04/17

NOA Dated...........................08/07/17

NOA Received......................08/09/17

Check Cashed......................08/09/17

Biometrics Letter Rcvd........08/26/17

Biometrics Appointment......09/07/17

Approval................................08/05/19

 

Naturalization Timeline

Field Office: Santa Ana, CA

90 Day Window Opened.......08/03/18

N-400 Filed (Online)..............08/03/18

Receipt Notice.......................08/03/18

Biometrics Letter Rcvd..........08/20/18

Biometrics Appointment.......09/07/18

Interview Letter Dated...........07/01/19

Interview Letter Rcvd............07/08/19

Interview................................08/05/19

Approval................................08/05/19

Oath.......................................08/22/19

 

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7 minutes ago, Wilian56000 said:

Are you man or a woman?

How old are you?

How was your interview?

I was 28 when I became a resident and am male.  Only need to register for selective service if you were a resident between 18-26.

 

Interview was a breeze 👍🏻


ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

90 Day Window Opened.....08/03/17

I-751 Packet Sent................08/04/17

NOA Dated...........................08/07/17

NOA Received......................08/09/17

Check Cashed......................08/09/17

Biometrics Letter Rcvd........08/26/17

Biometrics Appointment......09/07/17

Approval................................08/05/19

 

Naturalization Timeline

Field Office: Santa Ana, CA

90 Day Window Opened.......08/03/18

N-400 Filed (Online)..............08/03/18

Receipt Notice.......................08/03/18

Biometrics Letter Rcvd..........08/20/18

Biometrics Appointment.......09/07/18

Interview Letter Dated...........07/01/19

Interview Letter Rcvd............07/08/19

Interview................................08/05/19

Approval................................08/05/19

Oath.......................................08/22/19

 

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1 minute ago, CJKylie said:

I was 28 when I became a resident and am male.  Only need to register for selective service if you were a resident between 18-26.

 

Interview was a breeze 👍🏻

But if you look it online it says any Male between 18 and 26 even undocumented..

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Just now, Wilian56000 said:

But if you look it online it says any Male between 18 and 26 even undocumented..

Oh so you were here undocumented before? In that case I’m not sure


ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

90 Day Window Opened.....08/03/17

I-751 Packet Sent................08/04/17

NOA Dated...........................08/07/17

NOA Received......................08/09/17

Check Cashed......................08/09/17

Biometrics Letter Rcvd........08/26/17

Biometrics Appointment......09/07/17

Approval................................08/05/19

 

Naturalization Timeline

Field Office: Santa Ana, CA

90 Day Window Opened.......08/03/18

N-400 Filed (Online)..............08/03/18

Receipt Notice.......................08/03/18

Biometrics Letter Rcvd..........08/20/18

Biometrics Appointment.......09/07/18

Interview Letter Dated...........07/01/19

Interview Letter Rcvd............07/08/19

Interview................................08/05/19

Approval................................08/05/19

Oath.......................................08/22/19

 

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12 hours ago, CJKylie said:

Oh so you were here undocumented before? In that case I’m not sure

I am still waiting for interview date and I became permanent resident when I was 30. Few weeks ago I checked on the selective service website just for the heck to see if i was really registered and it happened that I was even before I came to the US. Not sure who did but I print out the verification just in case. Google selective service and verify if you were registered. Good luck on your interview!

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Similar situation. I was "somehow" registered for selective service when I was on non-immigrant visa at age 24 (most likely because of applying for driving license). I became permanent resident at 34. I've my citizenship interview on Monday. I am just going to take selective service confirmation letter which I got from their website and explain the situation to IO and hoping it won't be an issue.

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Just now, bgbkt said:

Similar situation. I was "somehow" registered for selective service when I was on non-immigrant visa at age 24 (most likely because of applying for driving license). I became permanent resident at 34. I've my citizenship interview on Monday. I am just going to take selective service confirmation letter which I got from their website and explain the situation to IO and hoping it won't be an issue.

 

If anybody was or know of someone in similar situation and had interview, can you please share your experience?

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14 hours ago, Wilian56000 said:

But if you look it online it says any Male between 18 and 26 even undocumented..

If one is more than 31 years old when applying for citizenship, no need of anything even if one was required to register previously. So don’t worry.


Spouse:

2015-06-16: I-130 Sent

2015-08-17: I-130 approved

2015-09-23: NVC received file

2015-10-05: NVC assigned Case number, Invoice ID & Beneficiary ID

2016-06-30: DS-261 completed, AOS Fee Paid, WL received

2016-07-05: Received IV invoice, IV Fee Paid

2016-07-06: DS-260 Submitted

2016-07-07: AOS and IV Package mailed

2016-07-08: NVC Scan

2016-08-08: Case Complete

2017-06-30: Interview, approved

2017-07-04: Visa in hand

2017-08-01: Entry to US

.

.

.

.

Myself:

2016-05-10: N-400 Sent

2016-05-16: N-400 NOA1

2016-05-26: Biometrics

2017-01-30: Interview

2017-03-02: Oath Ceremony

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