Effective April 1, 2011, West Valley Flying Club will
no longer be listed as a Flight Training Provider for TSA candidates.
The TSA candidate should select a TSA listed West Valley Flying Club Instructor as the
Flight Training Provider. See below for more detailed instructions on how to proceed with the TSA process.
Questions contact: Chef Pilot Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-856-2030 ext 341 or 342
For aircraft weighing less than 12,500 pounds, these requirements apply only to flight training for a recreational pilot, sport pilot, private pilot, instrument rating, or multiengine rating.
This applies to aliens who are receiving flight training inside or outside the United States for an U.S. airman certificate.
Visa notice: Taking flight training without an appropriate visa could be a violation of your immigration status and could result in your arrest and removal from the United States; therefore, it is important that you have a visa that permits you to take flight training in the United States. If you do not possess the correct visa, or if you have questions pertaining to your visa status or the appropriate visas for flight training, please contact your local Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services at 800/375-5283 or www.uscis.gov or the State Department Consular Affairs Office for assistance. The AFSP will deny flight training requests from candidates who are present in the United States illegally or who do not have an appropriate visa for flight training. Fees paid for denied applications are not refundable.
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