If you wish to enlist as a non-citizen in the Air Force, you must be a legal permanent resident with a valid Green Card or a legal, non-citizen with a valid visa. The requirements for being an Officer are a little more strict, and you must be a native-born or naturalized United States citizen.
GREEN CARDS Enlistment into the Air Force by citizens of countries other than the United States is limited to foreign nationals who are legally residing in the United States and possess a valid Permanent Resident Card (USCIS Form I-551), commonly known as a “Green Card”.
The Air Force recognizes that some individuals may have previously given up custody of a child or children for personal reasons.
It is not the intent or desire of the Air Force to require any person to relinquish custody of his/her children to qualify for enlistment.
More than two years of eligibility remaining prior to expiration of one's Green Card is required.
Applicants must be between 17 and 39; meet the mental, moral and physical standards for enlistment; and must speak, read and write English fluently.
You may have an eye refraction level of no worse than or - 8.0.
Note that some careers, like pilots, have stricter vision requirements that may influence your career placement.
Both officer and enlisted Air Force applicants may be married at the time you join.
However, you must plan to be away from your spouse during your period of military training, and in the case of enlisted airmen, during technical training as well.
Air Force applicants are neither asked nor required to reveal their sexual orientation.