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Raptor^
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Hi all! :)

 

 

Does anybody know what to do if one wants to convert their A&P Licence to be valid in the US?

 

I currently hold a ICAO II licence for small F/W, issued by the Norwegian CAA.

I am considering to take CPL-H in the US and, if I do take that kind of training, hopefully work there afterwards as a pilot. It would be nice to be able to maintain aircrafts aswell during my stay in the US.

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I believe you are exempt from the oral and practical portion of the exam but still need to take the multiple choice written (Airframe, engine, & general), but to do this I also think you need a referral from an FAA authorised person.

 

I obtained my A & P in the states and then converted to HKAR66 B1.1 license in Hong Kong.

 

You may be able to check with your "local" FAA International Field Office (Germany or England).

 

Cheers

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  • 4 weeks later...

Thanks for the reply klasmartin!

 

I've found some information on the FAA website: http://www.faa.gov/mechanics/become/basic/

 

You can also check out http://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/

 

 

It seems easier to wait until you're actually in the US before one applies for the tests. If you are in a foreign country, you will have to demonstrate that you need a mechanic certificate to maintain U.S.-registered civil aircraft. But if you are living in the US at the time you apply you won't have to demonstrate such a need.

 

Good thing is that it seems quite a bit easier than expected :)

If anyone has inputs, please share them!

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1. You will need to show 30 months experience in a combination of airframe and powerplant activity.

 

2. You will need to take a written test.

 

3. You will need to take a oral/practical test.

 

See:

 

http://www.faa.gov/library/manuals/examine...ia/2_022_00.pdf

 

http://www.faa.gov/library/manuals/examine...ia/2_023_00.pdf

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