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Eligibility Test
Check if you qualify for ESTA

ESTA Eligibility Test

 

 

New ESTA Application
Apply for a new ESTA

Apply for a New ESTA

 

 

Verify/Update ESTA
Update your existing ESTA

Verify or Update ESTA

 

 

 

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What should I do if the information on my passport has changed?

If your passport expires, and/or your passport information changes, you must reapply for your ESTA authorization. The same application fees will apply.

 

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How can applicants correct a mistake on their ESTA application?

So long as you have not submitted your application, you are able to correct any mistakes in your ESTA application. Before submitting your information, the system allows you a review phase where you can double-check all and any application data fields except the passport number and country of issue. Unfortunately, if the error is in your passport information or name and date of birth, you will need to create a new application and pay the associated $37.00 USD fee.
For any other errors, you can correct mistakes on your application using the Update function.

 

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How can applicants correct a mistake in the Passport Issuance Date or Passport Expiration Date fields after completing their travel authorization application in ESTA?

Both the passport issuing date and passport expiration date fields can be corrected so long as the application payment has not yet been processed. If the payment has been processed, you will unfortunately need to create a new application and pay the associated $37.00 USD fee. The incorrect application will be cancelled by the system.

 

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My travel authorization is valid for travel to the United States, but will expire before I depart the United States for home. Do I need to apply for a new one before my trip?

You can still use your current ESTA authorization for your complete trip. Visa Waiver program regulations require that the ESTA authorization be valid for your date of arrival in the United States, but you can depart the United States to schedule even if your ESTA authorization has expired.

 VWC  

Visa Waiver Countries

Andorra
Hungary
Iceland
Portugal
Austria
Ireland
San Marino
Belgium
Italy
Brunei
Slovakia
Chile
Latvia
Slovenia
Czech Republic
Liechtenstein
South Korea
Denmark
Lithuania
Estonia
Luxembourg
Finland
Malta
Switzerland
Monaco
Taiwan
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Greece