U.S. Agents for Service on Individuals with Foreign Addresses who Hold or Apply for Certain Certificates, Ratings, or Authorizations – NPRM
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) developed this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for the U.S. Agents for Service on Individuals with Foreign Addresses who Hold or Apply for Certain Certificates, Ratings, or Authorizations – Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). The NPRM proposes that individuals with foreign addresses, and no U.S. physical address of record on file with the FAA, who hold or apply for certificates, ratings, or authorizations issued under 14 CFR parts 47, 61, 63, 65, 67, or 107, designate a U.S. agent for service of FAA documents. The U.S. agent would receive service of FAA documents on the certificate holder or applicant’s behalf. This proposed rule would facilitate the FAA’s ability to accomplish prompt and cost-effective service of process and service of other safety-critical or time-sensitive documents to individuals abroad through service on their U.S. agents.
The FAA is developed this PIA in accordance with the E-Government Act of 2002 because the NPRM proposes the collection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of the certificate, rating, or authorization holder or applicant, and the U.S. agent they choose to designate.