Students from countries other than the United States, who are planning to come to the U.S. for FAA Aircraft Dispatcher training, must enter on an M-1 student visa.
The Institute of Flight Operations and Dispatch will complete a U.S. Immigration form known as the SEVIS I-20 and the SEVIS tracking form I-901. These forms then will be forwarded to the student.
IFOD’s US Immigration I-20 & I-901 processing fee is US $750.
This payment of the SEVIS fees may be wire transferred. Wire transfer instructions are provided in our brochure, please contact IFOD at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ensure that you submit your application at https://airlinedispatcher.com/programs/ , forward the proof of payment, copy of passport and proof of funds for tuition, travel and expenses while in class.
Upon receipt of the completed student information form and the I-20 / I-901 fee, We will forward the completed I-20 / I-901 visa application forms along with your admission letter.
On receipt of I-20 / I-901 documents from IFOD, you must make an appointment with the American Embassy/Consulate for your M 1 Student Visa approval.
A student must be at least 21 years of age to attend the class and 23 years old to receive the Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate. International students who are not 23 will have to come back to the United States on/or after their 23rd birthday to pick up the Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate at any FAA office..
After obtaining your student visa, you will be required to wire transfer the full tuition fees to the school, and a receipt will be issued for you to present at the first port of entry into the United States.
(Please contact the school for alternate payment methods if required).