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Check your phone book under government pages. Your local post office branch also has forms and I assume contact information. If you are still in high school, your coun…cilor should have selective service info.
how can I find my selective service
Your selective service number is your social security number. This has been this way since 1973.
there were no numbers in 1968
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previously military members were assigned a service number at time of enlistment. however, that was changed and military personnel now use their social security number as thei…r service number
Copies of proof of registration may be obtained by calling the Selective Service at (847)688-6888. You may also obtain a copy by writing to: Selective Service System, P.O. Box… 94638, Palatine, Illinois, 60094-4638. Make sure to provide your name, date of birth, Social Security Number, and current mailing address.
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 Can…ada! 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.
The U.S. Armed Forces has used the Social Security number as an identification number for the Army and Air Force since July 1, 1969, the Navy and Marine Corps since January 1,… 1972, and the Coast Guard since October 1, 1974.
Yes - if you have a Veteran's service #, you can request a copy of their military records via the National Archives' eVetRecs site. It depends on whether or not you're a relat…ive , Veteran, or researcher as to which request form to use, but the site is pretty good on how to request records and the procedure for doing it. The forms and request process are online - the link is below. Veterans and next-of-kin can obtain full records - the general public is afforded only limited information.
When i 18year old i had registered with military selective service and now i am 30 i would like fine that selective number again because i need that to apply for us citizenship?
Contact the board where you registered, give them them your information and request a duplicate card or copy.
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No. The U.S. military gives you a "Service Number" which is your Identification while in the service... This practice was (I believe) discontinued in the '70s and the Social S…ecurity Number was used instead... I think that the service number assignment has since been re-instated..
Presently, the social security number and the service number are the same, excepting that the US Air Force adds "FR" as a suffix. Depending on the specific branch, this starte…d between 1969 and 1974. (Army and Air Force - July 1, 1969, Navy and Marine Corps - January 1, 1972, Coast Guard - October 1, 1974) Prior to the change, each service used a long number suffixed or prefixed by various codes. The only way to correlate the two numbers would be to have access to the personnel records. The old military service numbers are public record governed by the Freedom of Information Act. Social security numbers are protected by the Privacy Act of 1974. If you have the social security number and are seeking the military service number, you may be able to get it from the appropriate service branch fairly easily. The reverse would be much more difficult, even if you are the person in question. The place to contact would be Military Personnel Records Center (NPRC-MPR) 9700 Page Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63132-5100
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