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Pilot Identification

AME Guide to FAA Exam - Postitive ID Required

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Excerpts from Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners
Application Process for Medical Certification

Applicant History
I. AME Guidance for Positive Identification of Airmen and Application Distribution Procedures

All applicants must be asked to show proof of age and identity. On occasion, individuals have attempted to be examined under a false name. If the applicant is unknown to the AME, the AME should request evidence of positive identification. A Government issued photo identification (e.g., driverís license, identification card issued by a driverís license authority, military identification, or passport) provides age and identity and is preferred.

Applicants may use other government-issued identification for age (e.g., certified copy of a birth certificate); however, the AME must request separate photo identification for identity (such as a work badge). Verify that the address provided is the same as that given under Item 5. Record the type of identification(s) provided and identifying number(s) under Item 61. Make a copy of the identification and keep it on file for 3 years with the AME work copy.

An applicant who does not have government-issued photo identification may use non-photo government-issued identification (e.g. pilot certificate, birth certificate, voter registration card) in conjunction with a photo identification (e.g. work identification card, student identification card).

If an airman fails to provide identification, the AME must report this immediately to the AMCD, or the appropriate RFS for guidance.

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