SelectiveServiceNumber.Org is a premier service provider of professional document preparation services providing a simplified process to obtain a registration with the U.S. Government. We work for our clients to help make the entire process quick, easy, secure, and worry free. We act on behalf of you (our client) and are in no way affiliated with any US government agency or the official site at www.sss.gov, where you can go to register without our company's services. We are an independent site that was designed to raise awareness and assist you with registering for selective service, verifying prior selective service numbers and registrations, pre and post-registration questions, online training, and the purchase of compliant labels and ID cards. If you have any questions or need more information, please contact us anytime. 

 

 *Registrations requested from 7am to 7pm, Monday to Friday, typically completed and delivered via email within 24hrs.  Saturday and Sunday registrations will be completed and delivered via email by Monday at 10am.  Federal Holiday exceptions may apply.

 

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HOW TO REGISTER

HOW TO REGISTER FOR SELECTIVE SERVICE

How to Register

 

The easiest and fastest way for a man, from age 18 through age 25, to register is to register online. You can do that through our assistance form or you can go to the official Selective Service government website at www.sss.gov.

 

Ways to Register:

Click Here To Quickly Register Online Using Our Assistance Form

 

Young men with a valid social security number may register with Selective Service online.

 

AT THE POST OFFICE

The official Selective Service mail-back registration forms are available at any U.S. Post Office.  A man can fill it out (leaving the space for his social security number blank, if he has not yet obtained one *), sign,
and date, affix postage, and mail to Selective Service without the involvement of the postal clerk. Men living overseas may register at any U.S. Embassy or consular office.

 

Remember to provide your social security number to the Selective Service as soon as you obtain one.

 

REMINDER MAIL-BACK CARD

A young man may also register by filling out a reminder mail-back card received in the mail. The official Selective Service sends this card out to many men around the time they turn 18 years old. A man can fill out the card at home and mail it directly to the official Selective Service address. 

Registering for Selective Service is quick and easy.

 

Use these quick links to navigate directly to our company's registration assistance forms.