I have entered the USA with my non-VWP-eligible Passport. I would now like to enter the country under the Visa Waiver Program with my VWP-eligible passport and an ESTA. I would Like to know if the custom officer could deny my entrance if I had put "no" to the question in the ESTA application do you have any other nationalities other than this one (VWP-eligible passport)
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It is not a problem at all, the fact that you entered on a visa using another passport before can only help if it has any impact at all.
However the fact that you have misstated your nationalities on the ESTA application can definitely be troublesome.
What should a traveler do if the information in his or her passport has changed?
If a traveler’s passport information changes, the individual is required to apply for a new travel authorization through ESTA. A new travel authorization is required if (1) the traveler is issued a new passport; (2) the traveler changes his or her name; (3) the traveler changes his or her gender; (4) the traveler’s country of citizenship changes; or (5) the circumstances underlying the traveler’s previous responses to any of the ESTA application questions requiring a “yes” or “no” response have changed. The associated fee will be charged for each new application submitted.
I would reapply for a fresh ESTA.