Contact us and apply for admission. We need the following:
1. A copy of your valid passport
2. A certified copy of your birth certificate
3. Your FAA 2nd Class Medical (To find an FAA Medical Examiner go to www.faa.gov/pilots/amelocator/ or www.flightphysical.com).
NOTE: It truly is best that you obtain the FAA medical as early as possible to determine your fitness for flight. Most people pass the physical without a problem, but there is no reason to continue with the enrollment process if you are not physically fit for flying
4. Proof of Financial Ability
5-9. Fill out our Enrollment Forms
9. Copy of current pilot certificates from your country if you have any. If you have a foreign pilot certificate, you will need to start the process of obtaining an FAA Private Pilot’s License based on your foreign pilot certificate. (click here for further information / instructions)
10. $500 Application Fee (nonrefundable)
11. $2000 Deposit for Housing (refundable if you do not start training). This fee is used to secure your housing and other arrangements.
Based on this information, if you meet our requirements, we will forward you a letter of acceptance and a SEVIS generated I-20, and other enrollment materials. Then you:
1. Check the I-20 for errors and contact us to correct them
2. Pay the fee to the U.S government to process your M-1 student visa request. This can be done at the
I-901 fee processing website.
– If you are an Indian citizen, complete the following U.S. Visa forms:
– These forms are also located here at the U.S. State Department website.
– If you are an Indian citizen, get a photo for your Visa according to the followingspecifications.
NOTE: these exact specifications are mentioned on the DS-156.
3. Set up an appointment with the nearest U.S. Embassy office to be interviewed for the M-1 Visa.
Look here for the nearest U.S. Embassy office near you