If the student is too young, Selective Service will hold the registration until the student is within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Gender and registration Only persons assigned the sex of male at birth are required to register.
If a student’s gender identity is now female but she was assigned the sex of male at birth, the student must register with the Selective Service System, unless one of the exemptions described in Student Financial Aid Handbook, Volume 1, Chapter 5 applies, regardless of subsequent sexual reassignment surgery or any other gender transition process.
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Students, parents, and financial aid officers, colleges and universities registrars may find the information helpful in determining a man's requirements for financial aid in connection to the applicant's Selective Service registration.
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There are certain less common situations in which registration isn’t necessary. Only those immigrant males who enter and live in the U. The student’s entry documentation is enough to show whether he was required to register.
Students who weren’t required to register prior to meeting one of these criteria and who meet a criterion for the entire time through the age of 25 qualify for the waiver if: If the student is clearly not required to register, you must document this, but do not have him request a status information letter from the Selective Service. Documentation for exempt non-citizens includes: proof of birth date on a passport, birth certificate, or U. driver’s license or state ID; proof of immigration date into the U. from an entry date stamp on the I-94 form or in the passport, or a letter from the USCIS indicating the entry date; and, for those here on a valid visa who are at least 18 and less than 26 years old, a student visa form (I-20) or other valid U. passport visa stamp on a foreign passport with expiration date (the dates must be from entry until after the male turned 26).