Has anyone received their permanent license?


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I checked my status today on the IACRA website and now see my remote certificate under Airman Information so I guess it should be in the mail.

Am I being to impatient or optometric in asking if anyone has received their permeate license yet?

I got mine in the mail last week. Awesome hologram.    Best of luck everyone.  

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5 minutes ago, Earthman said:

I don't think you need to wait for your actual cert number to apply for a waiver.  Where you would enter your cert number I think you can enter "Pending."

Yes, this is correct. Passed exam on 8/29, filed through IACRA on 8/31, still haven't received permanent certificate. I assume it'll make it's way via snail mail soon enough :)

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1 minute ago, BDR Jake said:

Don't get me wrong, I support the regs also but its frustrating that they require the waivers but don't give us the approvals in a timely manner.  For those of us that are trying to play by the rules makes it frustrating.

 

I feel your pain, but I'm not trying to make a living at this, yet.  Stay calm and keep flying!

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5 minutes ago, Alan Perlman said:

Yes, this is correct. Passed exam on 8/29, filed through IACRA on 8/31, still haven't received permanent certificate. I assume it'll make it's way via snail mail soon enough :)

Just recieved this a couple days ago.

"Thank you for your inquiry. It will take 5-6 weeks for the permanent certificate to arrive. All airmen (not just remote pilot) certificates are processed in the order that they are received. 

Regards, 

FAA UAS Integration Office

UAShelp@faa.gov 

http://www.faa.gov/uas "

Seems like they are already behind with it.

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2 minutes ago, Earthman said:

I feel your pain, but I'm not trying to make a living at this, yet.  Stay calm and keep flying!

I have created a company to make this a profitable endeavor so I'd like it if they would figure it out...but until then I just enjoy flying. 

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And 6-8 weeks is exactly what FAA had advised it would take to get the permanent license.  Everyone who prepared for this was told exactly that, and the temporary afforded all of us full privileges for 120 days so there was no restrictions on those that passed their exams.

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