U.S. Selective Service System Forms

The U.S. Selective Service System is an independent agency of the federal government that maintains a database of potential military conscripts in the United States. Its purpose is to provide the manpower needed by the military in the event of a national emergency requiring rapid expansion of the Armed Forces. The Selective Service System ensures that a fair and equitable system is in place for selecting individuals for military service if required by law.




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This document is a request for a letter with information about the status of a particular matter or situation. It is often used to obtain updates on the progress or current standing of an application, case, or other official processes.


This document is used for registration with the Selective Service System, which is a requirement for all male U.S. residents between the ages of 18 and 25.

This form is used for updating or changing personal information in your SSS account.

This Form is used for filing a complaint of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.

This form is used for the registration with the Selective Service System. It is required for all male U.S. residents to register within 30 days of turning 18.

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