I entered the US 2 times in my life, one was at 1993 and that was for a few days under a diplomatic passport and one was in 2012.
However according to my old passport I entered the US on Feb 27 2012 and left the US on May 26 2012. Those are the 2 stamps I can find on my old passport.
The time has come for me to take an 8 day trip to the US with my fiancee and am about to complete the ESTA questioner. I counted again and again the days I staid in the US during 2012 and it comes down to 90 days exactly (27/02/2012 - 26/05/2012).
I am worried if I am making a mistake with the count and I have actually overstayed my previous ESTA or I didn't and the 90 days I stayed there is totally fine. There is a question under the ESTA application which asks if I have ever overstayed and want to know what to answer on that.
Also apart from having a return ticket, booked accommodation, travel insurance, which other documents do you recommend having with me to prove that I indeed intend to get in for 8 days? Do we need any payslips that we are fully employed, any deeds for land we own etc? or am I just overthinking?
Also I do have my old passport (haven't destroyed it yet) should I bring it with me in case they have wrong times at the border? Saw few posts where they are stating that the border control has different days than what the actual entry-leave dates were. Or is owning an old non-valid passport anymore considered sketchy of some kind by the US border control? (That passport has the stamps of the entry day and the leave date)