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Validation de votre licence aux US


Rédigé le Vendredi 9 Mars 2007 à 21:11 | Lu 13683 commentaire(s)

Pour obtenir une licence américaine par equivalence de votre licence Européenne ou Française vous devrez suivre la procedure suivante :


Validation de votre licence aux US

Les autorités américaines ne délivrent ces équivalences que sur le territoire des USA.


Il vous faudra donc vous rendre dans un FSDO
Trouver celui qui vous convient en suivant ce lien :
http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/field_offices/fsdo/
Et ce après avoir rempli le formulaire de vérification de votre licence 
(cliquez pour obtenir le document pdf):
Verification of Authenticity of Foreign License, Rating, and Medical Certification

N'oubliez pas que cette procédure prend du temps (jusqu'à 90 jours) et qu'il faut ABSOLUMENT prendre rendez vous avec le FSDO où vous irez récupérer votre licence.



L'entretien se fera en anglais ..

Dernier point : lors de votre rendez vous au FSDO, l'entretien se fera en Anglais, il sert de test sur votre capacité à utiliser la radio en anglais.
Si vous ne passez pas ce test, demandez une limitation obligeant à avoir un deuxième pilote parlant anglais à bord, plutôt que de voir le certificat refusé. 

Procédure telle que décrite sur le site de la FAA : http://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/foreign_license_verification/;



Verify the Authenticity of a Foreign License, Rating, or Medical Certification

Foreign License
If you are applying for a certificate issued on the basis of a foreign license under the provisions of: 
         - 14 CFR Part 61, Section 61.75 
         - special purpose pilot authorizations under Section 61.77 
         - using a pilot certificate issued under Section 61.75 to apply for a commercial pilot certificate under Section 61.123 (h) 
         - applying for an airline transport pilot certificate issued under Section 61.153 (d) (3) 
         - applying for a certificate issued on the basis of a foreign license under the provisions of 14 CFR Part 63, Sections 63.23 and 63.42

Then you must have the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) that issued those certificates verify the validity and currency of the foreign license and medical certificate or endorsement before you apply for an FAA certificate or authorization.

Send Us Your Information
You can provide the required information using the optional Verification of Authenticity of Foreign License, Rating, and Medical Certification (PDF) form.

You can send us the form and the preferred documents two ways:

- By Mail
Federal Aviation Administration
Airmen Certification Branch, AFS-760
P.O. Box 25082
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0082

- By Fax
(405) 954-9922


You can't send the pre-application documents electronically.

Rating or Medical Certificate
A person who is applying for a U.S. rating or medical certificate on the basis of a foreign license must apply for that certificate at least 90 days before arriving at the designated FAA FSDO where the applicant intends to receive the U.S. certificate.
This initial application step is the responsibility of the applicant.

The information you submit to the Airmen Certification Branch must include your: 
       - name and date of birth 
       - address where you wish to have the verification of the authenticity letter mailed 
       - certificate number and ratings on the foreign license 
       - country of issuance of your foreign license 
       - location of the FAA Flight Standards District Office where you intend to apply for your U.S. certificate 
       - statement that your foreign license is not under an order of suspension or revocation

Note: The Airmen Certification Branch would prefer to have a copy of the foreign license and medical certificate or endorsement included with all requests for verification of authenticity of the foreign license.

When we receive verification from the CAA, you will receive written notification that we forwarded a copy to the Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) you designated in your request. The verification is valid for 6 calendar months. You may apply for a U.S. certificate at the designated FSDO during that period.

You can mail the information to:
Federal Aviation Administration
Airmen Certification Branch, AFS-760
P.O. Box 25082
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0082



Additional Requirements for United Kingdom Applicants

In addition to the procedures stated under Verification of Authenticity of Foreign license, Rating and Medical Certification above, airmen from the United Kingdom should note the following additional steps that are required by the United Kingdom CAA to complete this verification process.

Please visit the UK CAA website.
The additional forms are required prior to the UK CAA providing any requested information to the Airmen Certification Branch.

Note :
       You must send the Verification of Authenticity of Foreign license, Rating and Medical Certification form directly to FAA's Airmen Certification Branch, not to the UK CAA. 
       You must send the information required by the UK CAA directly to the UK CAA and not to FAA's Airmen Certification Branch. 


Validation de votre licence aux US






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