I will have a First US citizenship. Interview. In one month, (N400), and I don't have the selective registration or I never registred, today I have 45 years, what to do?, thank you
I am not sure you had to register at all. Double-check whether you have and whether you were as part of the adjustment of status process during which selective service registration is done automatically. .
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How old were you when you came to the USA?
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You need to check and see if you had to register. It depends on how old you were when you came to the US.
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You may or may not have been required to register with the Selective Service depending on your age at the time your arrived into the U.S. and your status at the time.
As my colleagues have indicated, whether or not you were required to register for selective service depends on your age when you first came into the country.
Very simply. If you were over the age of 26 when you either come to the United States or acquired your asylum or LPR you are not required to register.
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Since you were over the age of 25 (26+), you did not have to register.
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