Student Visa

The regulations of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (Now called Department of Homeland Security) requires most foreign students to attend aviation-flight-training programs on M-1 student visas. Endeavour Flight Training is authorized by SEVIS and will issue a form I-20M-N, which will certify an applicant’s eligibility, only after students application for admission and TSA (Transport Security Administration) preliminary approvals have been received and the required documentation is on file. The M1-Visa allows the holders to train for individual or multiple courses and does not impose any previous experience criteria. The visa will be issued to cover the time expected for the student to complete the course and can be re-issued for any additional training that may be required to complete the course.

Step 1

Complete Application and Submit Application Fee.

Step 2

Recive Documents.

Step 3

Obtain VISA.

Step 4

Be Training in The U.S.


Endeavour Flight Training is FAA Approved for Private and Commercial Pilot Licenses and the Instrument Rating. It is important to know that our flight school is FAA Approved by choice, not because it is required. Unlike many operators that choose to operate their schools under Federal Air Regulations (FAR) Part 61, we have chosen to become an FAA Approved School, which under FAR Part 141 requires: an approved flight training syllabus for each course, instructor standardization, supervision and stage checks by the Chief or Assistant Chief Flight Instructor, and regular FAA inspections of school facilities, aircraft, simulators and training devices, as well as student training records, and instructor records. To insure the quality of training and to retain FAA Approval, our school must maintain at least an 80% first time pass rate for all graduates on FAA Flight Tests and a 90% pass rate for Examining Authority. Under FAR Part 141 the FAA grants Approved Pilot Schools many important concessions in course hours and requirements. For example, the FAA grants a 60-hour reduction in the basic Part 61 total time requirements for Part 141 schools commercial pilot training.

In our FAA Approved Ground School courses we use the state-of-the art Cessna Multi-media training system exclusively. The system is an integrated course of flight and ground instruction utilizing a training syllabus, video presentations, textbook and workbook, maneuvers manual, training syllabus, and one-on-one briefings and tutorials with your instructor. This approach to ground training allows each student to progress at his or her own rate and facilitates the record keeping necessary for Part 141 schools.




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