All male U.S. citizens must register with the Selective Service System within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Selective Service may accept a late registration, but not after a man has reached his 26th birthday. Male immigrants living in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 25 must also register, regardless of their legal right to be in the country. Non-citizen males of age must register to protect their future hopes of becoming a citizen. Those who fail to register could be denied job benefits, federal student loans, and other government aid. Currently, 27 states, including Florida, have as part of their driver’s license application a consent that by applying for a license the applicant is consenting to have their information automatically used to register them with selective service. (See §322.0515, Fla. Stat.) 13 other states provide for the option to get registered with the Selective Service as a part of the eligible male applicant’s driver’s license application.