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    Hello Everyone; My question for discussion is the following: A male who lived in the United States at any time between the ages of 18 to 26 in any status except as a lawful nonimmigrant? must register with the Selective Service. The answer to this Naturalization question is: Yes, I was in the United Sates between those ages mentioned; but did not registered with the Selective Service, simply because I did not know, I needed to. Now, I am 33 years old, too old to register, or can I still register? The answer to this Naturalization question is: Yes, but did NOT register with the S.S. can this become a big issue not to grant citizenship to a lawful permanent resident. Thank you in advance for your well thought answers board.
    Sincerely, American Dream.

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    Hello Everyone; My question for discussion is the following: A male who lived in the United States at any time between the ages of 18 to 26 in any status except as a lawful nonimmigrant? must register with the Selective Service. The answer to this Naturalization question is: Yes, I was in the United Sates between those ages mentioned; but did not registered with the Selective Service, simply because I did not know, I needed to. Now, I am 33 years old, too old to register, or can I still register? The answer to this Naturalization question is: Yes, but did NOT register with the S.S. can this become a big issue not to grant citizenship to a lawful permanent resident. Thank you in advance for your well thought answers board.
    Sincerely, American Dream.

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    • #3
      yes, you could be denied, call the ss to make sure that you are not registered.usally if you got an id or a dl here or went to high school, they ask if you want to be registered or they send you a post card to fill out to register, all the ss need to ck is your full name and city were you would have lived.

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      • #4
        I think this link will help:
        http://www.immihelp.com/immigration/...e-service.html

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