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ROC-A - Request a certificate reprint

There may be several reasons for a Restricted Operator Certificates - Aeronautical (ROC-A) certificate reprint request.


Stolen, Lost or damaged certificate?


  • Most commonly a certificate reprint is usually requested when the original certificate has been lost, stolen or damaged (Yes, people have had their ROC-A certificates lost because their flight bags have been stolen). Whether it's due to a move, a natural disaster, or simply misplacement, losing a certificate can be a stressful experience when asked by authorities. Credentials and qualifications can be verified with a reprint.

Name change.

  • Changing your name or surname is another reason to reprint your certificate. Whether a marriage, divorce, or a legal name change, it is imperative to maintain accurate records and prove your identity.

Change in Information:

  • You can request a reprint if your certificate contains incorrect information. This can happen because of a possible change of address, typing error or other mistake made when the certificate was originally issued.

Expiration:

  • Certificates older than a certain date usually have expiration dates, but recently the ministry has changed its rules and ROC-A certificates are now valid for life. If you do have an older certificate it is highly advisable to get a new re-issued licence so as to avoid any confusion or potential fines.


Service: Request a certificate reprint


In Conclusion, the importance of maintaining accurate records and proving your qualifications cannot be overstated. Whether it's a lost or damaged certificate, name change, incorrect information, or the need for additional copies, a reprint ensures that you have the necessary documentation to prove your credentials and meet your professional or personal requirements.

Service: Request a certificate reprint

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