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My understanding is, to fly N registered aircraft in the US, you need your FAA ticket. For a Canadian CPL, that means having 150 hours, writing the exam and then passing the checkride (in that order). No conversion course per se. To fly US registerd a/c outside the US, you need an FAA waiver of some sort, that the company employing you must obtain on your behalf.

 

Under NAFTA rules, you can fly Canadian registered aircraft in the US if you work for the Canadian operator (Canadian resident, pay taxes in Canada, etc.).

 

To fly in the US for a US operator, you need your work permit (green card). There is also a whole lot of Homeland Security red tape to cut through before you can fly.

 

That's pretty much the way it was explained to me by one of the operators at the HAI job fair yesterday...

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