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Published by Practising Law Institute in New York .
Written in English


  • Military law -- United States.,
  • Draft -- United States.

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Edition Notes

SeriesCriminal law and practice course handbook series -- no. 1.
The Physical Object
Pagination388 p. ;
Number of Pages388
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14521617M

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  The Selective Service System will start calling registered men age for duty. The men will be called in a sequence determined by random lottery number and year of birth. The men will be examined for mental, physical, and moral fitness for military ://   Those attending the service academies do not have to register. However, if a man joins the military after turning 18 or leaves the military before turn he must register. NOTE: If a man fails to register, Section 12(g) of the Military Selective Service Act allows non-registrants to receive benefits under specific :// Define selective service. selective service synonyms, selective service pronunciation, selective service translation, English dictionary definition of selective service. English dictionary definition of selective service. n. A system for calling up people for compulsory military service. n US compulsory military service under which men were +service. The Selective Service Act was reauthorized in as the Universal Military Training and Service Act, and all males age 18 to 26 were required to register for the draft. More than million men were inducted into the armed services during the Korean War, and an additional million were inducted between and

The new edition covers parole in place for family members of military personnel and veterans; selective service obligations and enlistment of immigrants, including the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) Program, and naturalization of immigrants through military  › Books › Reference. Selective Service System. Congressional Information. Books. Government Documents. In the News. Indianapolis Newspaper Index. Subject Headings. Websites. The Selective Service System, also known as the Draft, establishes the law that all male U.S and most non-U.S. citizens residing in the United States between the ages of 18 and 26 must register with the Selective :// 2 days ago  On Ma the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service published its final report advising Congress, the president and the American people on how to foster an ethos of national service. As part of this mission, the independent and bipartisan commission held numerous hearings, published reports, and interviewed stakeholders to review the status of the Selective Service I, § 8), includes the power to compel military service, exercised by the Selective Draft Law of , c. 15, 40 Stat. This conclusion, obvious upon the face of the Constitution, is confirmed by an historical examination of the ://

  Dangers of Not Registering for Selective Service. Not registering with the Selective Service can have a big impact on your future. For starters, you could face criminal charges, a fine of up to $,, and up to five years in prison. Also, you won't be able to qualify for student financial aid for college, or to work at a federal  ›  › Immigration › Other Immigration Topics.   The Senate version of the bill would have required women to register, S. , th Cong. § (as passed by Senate, J ), but the final law instead created a commission to study the military Selective Service process to determine, among other questions, whether the process was needed at all and, if so, whether to conduct it   Yes. Only sons, sole surviving sons or the last son to carry the family name must register with the Selective Service and they can be drafted. However, individuals may be entitled to a peacetime   Selective Service officials told the GAO that if placed in standby mode, it would take about ( years) days to actually hold a draft and provide the DOD with inductees. This time frame would increase to days if the Selective Service System were ://