I think it would be wise of training programs to run this by their students when they start.A male applicant born after 12/31/1959 must have registered for the draft by age 26 to be eligible for any US government employment, including selection as a paid VA trainee. Male applicants must sign a pre-appointment Certification Statement for Selective Service Registration before they can be processed into a training program.
It's the law, but as far as I know, it isn't necessarily actively enforced (i.e., odds are the govt. won't show up at your door and cart you off to jail if you didn't register for selective service). That being said, it's a decision that can follow you indefinitely, such as via being banned from federal employment.Isnt it the law that males have to do that anyways?
i just looked it up via "le google", and it appears in WV, it is a law.is that actually a law? can anyone confirm that?
where is the mechanism for that law? Does everyone just do this at 18 years of age?