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1988 Where can I find my selective service number not found in selective service system?

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That Selective Service document was so important, the army wouldn't even accept a volunteer enlistee without it. And all this during a time of draft dodging and escapes to Canada! The document should be considered almost as important as the discharge paper, in fact some of that data is on that too (or used to be); as veterans are (or were) re-classified with a special code.

Recommendation: if the government doesn't have it, and you don't have it, then send them a letter stating that, then follow their instructions, keeping a copy of the letter that you sent them. They might have you re-register...but keep a copy of the letter you sent them; because...if the original document shows up, someone's going to want to know why you have TWO such documents/numbers. Your copy of your letter will explain why.
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