AFSP confirmed last week, that only one piece of identification is necessary during the verification process. The student must present a passport or a Lawful Permanent Resident cards or U.S. Drivers License (if asylee or refugee). This identification should exactly match the student’s name. It is no longer required to obtain a secondary piece of identification.
This change does not apply to other General Aviation (GA) programs (TFSSP, PCSSP, and DASSP). For all GA programs, technicians are still required to obtain two, current pieces of government issued identification, and one must have a current photo.