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What the purpose for screening applicants who want to join the Marine Corps?
Recruiters are the first echelon of quality control in the Recruiting Service and thus, the first line in building a quality Marine Corps. Accordingly, recruiters must initially screen each prospect to determine basic eligibility.
Identify in writing the different types of names in accordance with the Military Personnel Procurement Manual?
A person's "Preferred Name" ,
and a person's "Legal Name".
Social Security Card

Identify the procedures to use when the applicant's name does not match what is on his/her Social Security Card.
When processing an applicant who desires to enlist using a name which differs from the name on his/her social security card,

The Recruiter has to have the apllicant compete a,
SS-5 Application for a Social Security Card
(Name Change).
What is the procedure used for verifying an applicant's name or age?
To verify a person's name or age, inspect either the:

Original birth certificate,

Certified copy of the original report of birth,

Certificate of birth registration.
The age requirements for non-prior service applicants are:
a. Non-prior service. Not less than 17 years old, but less than 29 years of age (Note: Applicants 29 years of age and over are ineligible for enlistment).
Identify in writing the the situation that requires parental consent in accordance with the Military Personnel Procurement Manual?
Parental consent:

The situation in which an applicant would require parental consent for enlistment is when processing an unmarried 17 year old applicant for enlistment into the regular Marine Corps, or the Marine Corps Reserve
Who are the people that can grant parental consent?
a. Custodial parent

b. Surviving parent

c. Legally appointed guardian

d. Both parents
Identify the people who are authorized to witness parental consent in accordance with the Military Personnel Procurement Manual?
The three individuals who can witness parental consent:

a. Recruiter.

b. Recruiting Officer.

c. Notary Public.
b. Birth Certificate:

Identify the procedures to use when the applicant's name differs on different types of legal documents in accordance with the Military Personnel Procurement Manual.
When processing an applicant who desires to enlist using a name which differs from the name on his/her birth certificate, naturalization certificate or marriage certificate, that person has to show...

A Court Order for change of name.

A married/divorced female applicant must produce marriage certificate/divorce decree, if she wants to enlist using her married name.
c. DP Form 214/215.

If an applicant's name does not match the DD Form 214/215 that person has to show one of the following documents:
A Court Order for change of name.

A married/divorced female applicant must produce a marriage certificate/divorce decree, if she desires to enlist using her married name.
What are the additional doccuments used for verifying an applicant's name or age?
d. Certificate of a transcript or abstract from the birth record,

e. DD Form 372N (Request for Verification of Birth),

f. DD Form 214/215

g. NAVMC 5002 (Age Certificate).

h. DS Form 1350, FS Form 240, FS Form 545, or INS Form N-560.

i. A Valid U.S. Passport

j. INS Documents
The age requirements for Prior Service (Other Service) applicants are:
b. Prior service (other service). When recruit training is required, not less than 17 years old, but less than 29 years of age (Note: Applicants 29 years of age and over are ineligible for enlistment).
The age requirements for Prior Service (Marine) applicants are:
c. Prior service. When recruit training is not required, not less than 17 years old but less than 32 years of age. (Note: Active service in the Marine Corps. Army. Navy. Air Force, Coast Guard and including active service in the reserves must be less than 32 years of age)
What is a Custodial parent?
Custodial Parent:

The individual who can grant parental consent for enlistment if the applicant's parents are legally separated or divorced, or the parents have abandoned the family, or are missing.
What is a Legally appointed guardian?
Legally Appointed Guardian:

The individual who can grant parental consent for enlistment if the applicant has no living parents, or if parents were legally separated and the custody of the applicant was awarded to a person other than one of the parents is the legally appointed guardian.
What will happen to ineligible prospects, in the Marine Corps?
Ineligible prospects, or applicants, will then be immediately rejected.
What is the correct for to use for a "Request for Name change" on a Social Security Card?
Social Security Aministration Form, SS-5 Application for a Social Security Number Card.
What is the first step Recruiters must take before an applicant can enlist in the Marine Corps?
Recruiters must initially screen each prospect to determine basic eligibility.