Aug, 2018

Are you a transportation worker who needs help resolving a TSA Preliminary Determination of Ineligibility? As an employee or potential employee who might need access to secure areas of the nation’s maritime facilities and vessels, the TSA will require you to have a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (“TWIC”). When applying for a TWIC, the TSA …

May, 2018
Mar, 2018

If the FAA is requesting additional medical information after you are issued an airman medical certificate or after your application is deferred by an AME, beware! In that, if your medical application is deferred to the FAA or if you indicated “yes” for the first time on one of the many indicators on form 8500, …

Mar, 2018
Mar, 2018

A denied FAA medical application has different consequences for general aviation pilots than it used to. Of course, a denied FAA medical application means that an airman either has a disqualifying medical condition, is taking (or has taken) a disqualifying medication, or the Federal Air Surgeon finds the airman’s medical status to be unsafe for …

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