The driver’s license approval process in Minnesota appears to be somewhat loose:

He’s not allowed to fly, but the state of Minnesota doesn’t seem to have a problem with him getting behind the wheel of a big rig:

A Minnesota man, who Homeland Security identifies as a terror suspect who is on the “No Fly” list, now has his Class A commercial license, which will allow him to drive semi-trucks.

The FOX 9 Investigators revealed last May that Amir Meshal was attempting to get his Class A license from a South St. Paul Truck Driving School. The $4,000 tuition was paid for through the state workforce program.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety confirms he was granted the license after passing a road test on August 8.

Meshal also has an application in the works that, if approved, would also allow him to drive school buses, according to the Fox9 story.

Apparently not enough.