I just received my FAA license. I've had my Canadian license for a few years but I originally started flight training in Texas so it never really felt complete until I also get my FAA license. That has finally happened now. Still weird to me that there is no photo on the FAA license. In Canada my license has a photo of me, just like a driver's license would, but that's whatever. My question: So, my FAA (and Canadian for that matter) license says that my nationality is Germany, which is true as of right now, but won't be true in a few months as I become a Canadian citizen. Do I have to let the FAA (and TC) know about this and they'll have to issue me a new license that reflects my new nationality or is this not that important? Anyone on here have any experience with this? If I do have to let them know and they will have to send a new one, can I keep flying with the license that says I'm German until I get the new document that says I'm Canadian? Would be a real bummer if I'm grounded for months having to wait for a new license just because my citizenship changed - I'm still the same person at the end of the day lol.